(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Bancroft's Pacific Almanac"



|$|iN) 



HI 



lill' ' * 




BANCROFT'S ALMANAC 






D SDD7 11^217 1 

California State Library 



^iF©at4^J^ 



mmws 



m 



h 



<^9bJ "" / _^te> 

When, from whom, and how this volume was obtained, 

with the price paid, if any, may be found, opposite 

the above number in the Register of Books, 

which is always open to inspection. 



Mxtraet from the Political Code, 

Skction 2296. Books may be taken from the Library 
by the mkmbers of the Legislature, during the sessions 
thkreof, and by other State officers at any time. 

Sec. 2298. The Controller, if notified by the Librarian 
that any officer has faileft to return books taken by him 
within the time prescribM>by the Rules, and after demand 
made, must not draw his<^arrant for the salary of such 
officer until the return is Awle, or three times the value 
of the books, or of any injurs thereto, has been paid to 
the Librarian. Q\ 

Sec 2299. Every person who i^iures or fails to return 
any book taken is liable to the librarian in three times 
the value thereof. ^> 

No person shall take or detain front^be General Library 
more than two volumes at any one trt&fi, or for a longer 
period than two weeks. Books of remjsence shall not 

BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY AT ANY TIMeG- [Extract from 

the Rules.] ^ 

4®=The foregoing Regulations will be strictly enforced."©^ 



t-0 



^r^ 



V 




COXTKXTS 



\. 



paoe 



Calendaring! Sninmury of BvcnM 
Baited stat-* Qmninm^m. 

McluU r 

1V«i-i MQpn and BmUptttm <>f the Pacific Co*«t 92 

>iat«->and T«TTit«»ri.-» . 48 

California Official and Statistical Table* 48 

Nevada Territorial Government 51 

Ortfur Mate Government. . . . ft? 

Waahinctor. Territorial Governm»t. . 86 

Idaho Territorial Government .... W> 

Montana Territorial Government OT 

Utah Territorial Government. ... 4TT 

ArUvua Territorial Go\ eminent . . 50 

Trea»ui- 90 

Treaaure fcxnorta «W 

Kftwpay n and P*riodknk 60 

EkTtiooa of California, Ne\ ada. Oregon. «te 68 

Tables of Distances in tin Pacific states 68 

COMPILED liY WM. H. KNIGHT. 

H.H.BANCROFT AND COMPANY, 

iksellers and Stationers 
ti%m FRANCISCO, 
CAL. 



>/M 



m 



ARTICULAR 



ASTRONOMICAL TABLES. 

fag* 

Chronological Tables 8 

Eclipses * 

Festivals of the Chimb S 

Solar System 4 

Comparative. Time at Different Pla«v* 4 

Tides of the Pacific Coast 5 

Latitudes and Longitudes in the Pacific States ft 

Table of Bains at Sacramento 7 

Calendar : '. S 

• UNITED STATES. 

Individual State Government!' 80 

Extent. Population, etc 21 

U. 8. Executive Government 22 

L T . 8. Senate -49 

U. 8. House of Representatives. 24 

Ministers to Foreign Countries 27 

Consuls in Pacific Porta 28 

War Department 29 

Generals in Regular Service 29 . n 

Department of the Pacific 29 I o 

Military- Posts of the Pacific x.. 30 

Navy Department 80 

Rear Admirals 81 

C S. Supreme Court 81 

Federal Officers on the Pacific Coast 81 

T '. S. Lind Districts and Officers oi the Pacific 82 
Post Offices and Postmasters in the Pacific 

States *. 82 

Rates of Postage 42 

PACIFIC STATES AND TERRITORIES. ' 

Extent and Population 48 



INDEX. 



PAOl 
■ « 



Judiciary 

State Militia 

Connty Statistics 

WASHINGTON. 

Territorial Government a 

Judiciary ' 2 

Connty Statistics 54 

IDAHO. 

Territorial Government 54 

Judiciary jjj 

List of Counties 3J 

MONTANA. 

Territorial Government. ■ 

List of Counties Q| 

AH. 

Territorial Government 

Judiciary 

Mormon Church 

County Statistics. 

ARIZONA. 

Territorial Government 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Receipts of Treasure „ 

Exports of Treasure 

Newspapers and Periodicals 

ELECTIONS. 



CALIFORNIA. 



State Officers. . 

Congressional Districts. 
Legislature. 



Vote for President 

California Elections 

, Oregon Election 

i Washington Territory Election 

I Idaho Territory Election # 

TABLES OF DISTANCES. 
Distances from San Francisco 



Judiciary 47 . 

State Militia 48 I tsan *Tnnciaeo to Sacramento 



I 



65 



State Debt 48 j Sacramento to Red Bluff 



*tate Appointees 48 

Assessable Property 49 

County Statistics. .". 50 

. NEVADA. 

Territorial Government 51 

Judiciary 51 

Legislative Assembly 51 

I'ounty Statistics '. 52 

OREGON. 

State Government 52 

Legislative Assembly 52 



Sacramento to Great Salt Lake Ciiv If 

Great Salt Lake City to St Joseph* 71 

Duteh Flat Route to Virginia Oitv 7* 

Henness Route to Virginia Citv. .". 78 

Stockton to Visalia. 71 

San Francisco to San Diego. 71 

Los Angeles to La Paz 7 

Sacramento to Portland 7i 

Portland to Levriston (River ) 71 

Portland to Lewiston (Boad t It 

Dalles to Idaho City 72 

Walla Walla to Fort Benton 72 

Lewiston to Kootenai Mines 72 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Bancroft A Co 93. 104. IOC, 4th page cover, j 

Bank of California 

Benchley. L 15., Hardware ." 7« I 

Bigelow" Brothers, Insurance 99 to 101 

Bosqui A Co., Bookbinding and Materials. . .»<$, 97 ! 

Bourne. Dr., Steam Baths 

Bradley. II. W.. Photograph it- Materials 79 

Bradley A Rulofson, Photography 

California Building and Loan Society 104 . 

City College, Dr. Burrowes gf 

College of California s6 j 

Doyle, Miss M. A^ Boys* School » I 

Florence Sewing Machine 74 

Gensoul. A.. Books and Mans ^ 

< ioddard A ( o_ Foundry 3d page cover, j 

Gould, A- S„ Notary and Commissioner 104 I 

' WMw .... X8 I 



Kibbe, Gen. W. C, Bounty Warranto M 

McDonald, K. H. A Co.. Drugs 1 

Mead, J. R. A Co.. Clothing. : S2 

Merchants' Mutual Insurance Co 9ft 

Pacific Female College 8T, 

Pacific Insurance Co 10T 

Portland Boiler Works 76 

Price's Assaying School 104 

Ransom, Leander. Land Agency Tt 

Robinson, J. R., Bounty Warrants MB* 

San Frtineisco Sayings "Union 86 

Shear, E?K'A Co. Washing Machine 1ft 

Smith, B, J., Water Cure .'. 108 

Stoddart, David. Giffard's Injector. 77 

Toland Medical Institute 81 

Union College, R. T. Huddart M 

Van Winkle, L 8. A Co, Iron and Steel - 75 



c3W 



BANCROFT'S 

PACIFIC ALMANAC FOR 1865. 




• (till Jul}- 4tM the S9th year of the Independence of the United States of America. 
The year 1869 of the Christian era corresponds to 
The year 6578 of the Julian Period; 
The year 7878-4 of the Byzantine era; 
The year 5635-6 of the Jewish era; 
The year 2618 Bince the foundation of Rome; 
'1 he year 2612 since the beginning of the era of Nabonassar ; 

Th.- year 8641 of the Olympiads, or the first year of the 661st Olympiac, commencing in July, 
1865; 

The year "2177 of the Grecian era; 

The year 1281-2 since the Hegira, or flight of Mahomet; 
The year 1681 Of the era of Diocletian : 

The first day of January, 1S65. is the 2,402.23Sth day since the commencement of the Julian 
Period ; and the 6S0,S13th day since the commencement of the Christian era. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. 

Dominical Letter A I Solar Cycle 26 

Golden Number 4 Eoman Indiction 8 

Epact 3 I Dyonisian Period 194 

Julian Period 6573 



ECLIPSES. 

In the vear 1865 there will be four eclipses; two of the sun, and two of the Moon. 

L — A Partial Eclipse of the moon, night of April 10. Visible throughout the Pacific States. 
Begins at San Francisco at 7 h., 35 m. p. m. Central at 8 h., 28 m.— ends at-9 h.. 21 m. 

II. — A Total Eclipse of the Sun, April 25. Visible to South America and Africa. 

in.— A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, evening of October 4. Visible to Europe, Asia, and 
Africa; invisible in the Pacific States. 

IV.— An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, October 19. Visible to North America and parts of 
Europe, Africa, and South America. Begins_at San Francisco at sunrise and ends at 8 h., 1 m., 



FESTIVALS AND FASTS OF THE CHURCH. 



Epiphany Jan. 6 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 12 

Shrove Tuesday Feb. 28 

Ash Wednesday , Mar. 1 

First Sunday in Lent Mar. 5 

St. Patrick .Mar. 17 

Palm Sunday ....Apr. 9 

good Friday Apr. 14 

Eastkb Sunday Apr. 16 

Rogation Sunday May 21 

Ascension Day. .' M;>y 25 



"Whit-Sunday June 4 

Trinity Sunday June 11 

St. John Baptist June 24 

St. Peter June 29 

St Michael . Sept 29 

All Saints 1 Day Nov. 1 

1st Sunday in Advent Dec. 8 

St. Andrew Nov. 30 

St. Thomas Dec. 21 

Christmas Dec. 25 

St. John, Evangelist Dec. 27 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND ROISTER. 

-. I c 



MORNING AND 



evenin| gjjL 



Venus will be Evening Star until May 7, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 

Mars will be Evenirg'Star until Nov. 11, then Morning Star. 

Jupiter will be Morning Star until March 18, then Evening Star until Dec 31. 

Saturn will be Morning Star until Jan. 19, then Evening Star until Oct. 26, then Morning Star. 

Mercury. — This planet will be visible and brightest about April 8, Aug. 7, and Dec. 3, being 
then in the west soon after sunset. It will appear in the east before sunrise about Feb. 3, 
June 1, and Sept. 26. 

Venus will be brightest April 1 and June 13, being in the western sky in the former case, and 
in the eastern in the latter. 

Note.— The superior planets are regarded as Evening Stars from the time of their western 
quadratures to conjunction with the sun. 

THE. SOL AE SYSTEM. 

The Sun, the centre of the Solar System, has a diameter of 885,680 miles, and its bulk is 
1,400,000 times greater than that of the Earth, and 700 times greater than that of all the bodies 
revolving around it. 







The Planets. 








Diameter 




Distance from 


Period of 


Mean Daily 


Name. 


in Miles. 


Volume. 


Sun. 


Revolution. 


Motion. 
Deg.M. S. 


Mercury, 


2,950 


rV 


37,000,000 


3 mos. 


4 05 32.6 


Venus, 


7,800 


10 


68,000,000 


1i mos. 


1 36 07.8 


Earth, 


7,912 


1 


95,000,000 


lyr. 


59 08.3 


Mars, 


4,500 


l 


145,000,000 


2yrs. 


31 26.7 


Asteroids, 


(approximate) 


250,000,000 


4* yrs. 


12 50.9 


Jupiter, 


89,000 


1,400 


495,000,000 


12 yrs. 


04 59.3 


SaWn, 


79,000 


1.000 


900,000,000 


29 yrs. 


02 00.6 


Uranus, 


35,000 


. 86 


1,800,000,000 


84 yrs. 


00 42.4 


Neptune, 


31,000 


60 


2,800,000,900 


1641 yrs. 


00 21.5 



The Moon's diameter is 2,160 miles, and her volume one-forty-ninth of that of the Earth. 
She revolves in her orbit once in 29£ days, at a distance of 240,000 miles from the Earth. 

The Asteroids number 79, of which 2 were discovered in 1863. Leverrier estimates that their 
aggregate mass does not exceed one-third of that of the Earth. 

Velocity of the Earth's Motion. — The Earth moves forward in its orbit, 1,640,000 miles 
per day, 68,000 miles per hour, 1,100 miles per minute, and nearly 19 miles every second. 

Apparent Time is reckoned by the revolutions of the Sun from the meridian "to the meridian 
again. These intervals being unequal, of course the apparent solar days are unequal to each 
other. 

Mean Time is time reckoned by the average length of all the solar days throughout the year. 
This is the period which constitutes the civil day of 24 hours. 

TIME TABLE. 

Time of day at various places on the globe when, it is 12 o'clock (noon) at San Francisco. 



A. M. H. m. s. 

Astoria, Oregon 11 54 12 

Bodega, Cal 11 57 24 

Calcutta, India 1 35 56 

Canton, China 3 43 00 

Cape Disappointment 11 53 24 

Cape Flattery, W. T. 11 52 02 

Crescent City, Cal 11 52 48 

Furallone Island (South) 11 57 34 

Honolulu : 9 39 08 

Melbourne. Australia 5 48 00 

Pekin, China , 356 00 



A. M. H. M. s. 

Petaluma, Cal 11 59 10 

Point Lobos, S. F. 11 39 34 

Point Beyes, Cal 11 57 42 

Svdney, Australia 6 14 00 

Singapore, East India 3 08 00 

Shanghai, China 4 12 40 

Tobolsk, Siberia 12 43 00 

Weaverville, Cal. 11 57 45 

Yedo, Japan 5 30 00 

Yreka, Cal 11 59 30 



TIME TABLE. TIDES OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 



r. |£ H. M. B. 

Acapnleo. Memico l 26 23 

Archangel, Russia ...1« 50 00 

A spin wall Isthmus 2 60 40 

inborn, Cal 18 09 ID 

Berlin. Prussia I 

Boston, Mas* 3 25 48 

Cape of Good Hope 

Charleston, & V -' M 40 

to, /// 2 19 44 

Cincinnati, Ohio 8 88 16 

Constantinople, Turkty 10 09 44 

Detroit, Mich 8 88 18 

Downlevllle, fa/ 12 06 55 

Dul. liii. Ireland T 44 88 

■it. Maine 3 42 00 

Edinburgh, Scotland 7 57 16 

K«»rt Ymnii. Cal 12 31 18 

Frankfurt, Germany 8 43 24 

Galveston, Testa* 1 50 82 

i, >''/ i:, Hand 8 34 42 

Oibralter, Spain 7 48 44 

Bait Lake (Sty 12 41 40 

Halifax, -V. N ' 3 55 36 

Havana, Cuba 2 41 00 

Jerusalem, Palestine 10 31 24 

Lima. Perm 3 01 86 

Liverpool, England 7 58 36 

London, England 8 09 31 

Los Angeles, Oai 12 16 30 

Louisville, K>/ 8 27 04 

Mariposa, Cal 12 10 25 

Marysville, Cal 12 03 31 

Mexico, Mt.rico 133 44 

Mecca, Arabia 10 50 00 

Mokelumne Hill, Cal 12 07 45 



P. M. H. M. 

Montreal. Canada 8 15 

Monterey, Cal '. 12 01 53 

Mount Diablo, Cal 12 01 55 

Mount San Bernardino 12 21 41 

Mount Bhasta, Cal 12 01 00 

Na|.a City, Cal 12 00 27 

New Haven, t'onn 3 18 20 

New Orleans. L<i 2 09 40 

New York Citv 8 14 00 

Nevada, Cal... 12 05 15 

Oregon City. Oregon 12 00 40 

Panama. Itithmux 2 52 40 

Paris, trance & 19 24 

Philadelphia, Penn 3 09 22 

Placerville. Cal 12 06 18 

Portland. Maine... 3 29 08 

l:io Janeiro, Brazil 5 17 08 

Rome, //(//// 9 00 03 

Sacramento, Cal 12 03 58 

San Diego, Cal 12 20 37 

Santa Fe. New Mexico 12 55 44 

San Jose, Cal 12 01 45 

San Luis Obispo, Cal 12 06 36 

San Mateo, Cal 12 00 22 

Santa Cruz. Cal 12 01 30 

St. Loiffe. Missouri 2 09 04 

St. Petersburgh, Russia 10 11 20 

Sonora, Cal 12 09 18 

Stockton, Cal 12 04 57 

Stockholm, Sweden 9 22 20 

Shasta, Cal 12 00 00 

Toronto, Canada 2 52 00 

Vienna, A ustria 9 15 35 

Washington, D. C. 8 02 00 

Yoseinite Falls, Cal 12 12 00 



At the Isle of France, Indian Ocean, it is midnight when it is noon at San Francisco. 



TIDES OF THE PACIFIC COAST. 

On the Pacific coast there is, as a general rule, one large and one small tide during each day; 
the height of two successive bigh waters occurring one a. m„ the other p. m. of the same 
twenty-four hours, and the intervals from the next preceding transit of the moon are very 
different. The inequalities depend upon the moon's declination ; they disappear near the time 
of the moon's declination being nothing, and are greatest about the time of its being greatest. 
The Inequalities for low water are not the same as for high, though they disappear and have the 
greatest value at nearly the same times. 

In Pnget Sound the inequalities for the interval of high water and for the height of low water 
follow this rule, but those for the interval of low water and height of high waterdisappear about 
one day before the moon's declination is greatest, and are greatest about four or five days before 
the greatest declination. 

When the moon's declination is north, the highest of the two tides of the twenty-four hours 
occurs at San Francisco about eleven and one-half hours after the moon's southing (transit), 
and when the declination is south, the lowest of the two high tides occurs about that interval. 
The lowest of the two low waters of the day is the one which follows next the highest high 
water. 

To obtain the iimes of high or low water for Monterey. South Farallone, Mare Island, 
Bcnicia. RarenstObod, and Bodega, find the time for San Francisco, then subtract 1 h. 44m. 
for Monterey, 1 h. 89 in. for the South Farallone. and 49 m. for Bodega ; and add 34 m. for Mare 
Island, 1 h. 4 in. tor Benicia. and 80 m. for Ravenswood. 

For Humboldt Bay, Port Orford and Neeah Bay. find the time for Astoria, then subtract 
40 hi. for Humboldt Hay. 1 h. 16m. for Port Orford, and 9 m. for Neeah Bay. 

For SUilacuom and Semiahrnoo Bay. find the time for Port To-tcnsend, and add to it 57 m. for 
Steilacoom and 1 h. for Semiahrnoo. The approximation will only be a rough one for Steila- 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE 

OF THE PRINCIPAL PLACES AND POINTS IN THE PACIFIC STATES. 

[The Longitudes are reckoned from Greenwich.] 



Acapulco, Mexico 

Astoria, Oregon 

Benicia, California 

Bodega, California 

Bucksport, California 

Cape Disappointment, Wash. Ter. 
Cape Flattery, "Washington Ter. . 
Carson City, Nevada Territory. . 

Crescent City, California 

Dalles, Oregon 

Farallone Island (South) 

Fort Boise, Washington Ter 

Fort Hall, Washington Ter 

Fort Point, California 

Fort Simcoe, Washington Ter.. . 

Fort Yuma, California 

Great Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. 

Humboldt, California 

Los Angeles, California 

Lummi Island, Washington Ter. 

Mendocino, California 

Monterey, California 

Napa City, California 

Nee-ah Harbor, Wash'ton Ter. . . 
New "Westminster, British Col. . 
Olympia, Washington Territory. 

Panama, Isthmus Darien 

Petaluma, California 

Placerville, California 

Point Adams, Oregon 

Point Bonita, California 

Point Conception, California. .'. . 

Point Lobos, California 

Point Reyes, California 

Port Angelos, "Washington Ter. 

Portland, Oregon 

Port Orford, Oregon 

Port Townsend, Wash'ton Ter. . 

Red Bluff, California 

Sacramento, California 

Salem, Oregon 

San Clemente Island, California. 

San Diego, California 

San Francisco, California 

San Luis Obispo, California 

San Miguel Island. California. . . 
San Nicolas Island, California... 

San Pedro, California 

San Simeon, California 

Sauta Barbara, California 

Santa Catalina Island, California. 

Santa Cruz, California 

Santa Fd, New Mexico 

Stockton, California 

Tomales, California 

Trinidad, California 

Umpqua, Oregon 

Victoria, Vancouver Island 

Walla Walla, Washington Ter. . 

Whatcom, Wa hington Ter 

Yreka, California 



Locality. 



Astor Point, Columbia River. 



West end of Sand Spit 

Humboldt Bay 

North side of ent. Columbia R. . . 
Light House, N. W. ext. Wash. T 



Light House 

Mission Station 

Off the ent. to San Francisco Bay 
Right Bank of Snake River 



South side ent. San Francisco B. 



Light House . . . 
Rosario Straits . 



At Point Pinos 

Court House Spire. 
Straits of Fuca 



Cathedral 

Baptist Church Spire. 



South side of ent. Col. River 

North Head of ent. San Fran. B. 

Light House 

South Head of ent. San. Fran. B. 

Sir Francis Drake's Bav 

Head of Bay, Straits of Fuca 



On Point west of Town . 
At Point Hudson 



North Anchorage 

Point Loma Light House 

Telegraph Hill, near Observatory. 

Beach west of Creek 

Cuyler's Harbor 

South Anchorage 

Edge of Bluff, Old Town 



North Anchorage. 
At Embarcadero 



Lat. 

North. 



Longitude, West, 



in Arc. 



in Time. 



46 11 28 123 49 32 8 15 18.1 
38 03 21 122 07 13i8 08 28.9 
38 IS 20 1 123 02 29; S 12 09.9 
40 46 37 124 10 44 8 16 42.9 
46 16 35J124 02 01 8 16 0S.1, 
48 23 151124 43 54 8 18 55. 6 



41 44 44 124 11 14 8 16 44.9 
45 35 55 120 55 00J8 03 40.0 
37 41 44 122 59 18:8 11 57.2 
43 49 22J116 47 03!7 47 08.2 
43 01 30 112 29 54 7 29 59.6 
37 48 27|l22 27 35jS 09 50.3 



32 42 271114 37 29 

40 46 081112 06 08 7 28 24.5 
40 46 04:124 12 21 8 16-49.4 
34 03 15 118 10 44! 7 52 42,9 
48 44 021122 40 37|8 10 42.5 
39 18 06;i23 47 26;S 15 09.7 



37 60J121 54 2; 



8 07 37.5 

38 17 51 122 16 07 

48 21 49 124 37 12 8 18 28.8 



47 03 00 

8 57 09 

38 14 10 



122 55 00 

79 29 17 

122 37 34 



12 30 123 
49 10 122 



8 11 40.0 
5 17 57.1 



26 56 120 
47 12 122 
59 34 122 
07 52 123 
30 00; 122 
44 28!l24 
07 03|122 



56 56 8 

30 50 8 
25 33! 8 
29 06! 8 

57 40 8 
27 21 18 

27 30)8 

28 47 8 
44 33 8 



15 14.7 

10 03.4 
01 42.2 
09 56.4 

11 50.7 
13 49.4 

09 50.0 
17 55.2 

10 58.2 



Tomales . oint . 



One mile above mouth of River. . 



Approximate 



34 41 1 121 

56 00; 123 

|118 

41 58:117 
47 00 122 
10 3S 120 

1120 

14 13 119 
43 20 118 
38 24; 121 
24 25' 119 
26 35 118 

57 271122 
41 06 106 
37 00 121 
12 43 122 
03 IS 124 
41 45:124 



27 44 8 
01 30 8 
33 55! 7 

13 22|7 
22 54 8 
43 SOjS 
20 21 8 
24 54 7 
16 03 7 
10 22 8 
40 15 7 

28 39 7 

00 09! 8 

01 22 7 

14 26 . . 
57 16 .. 
06 82 18 
09 57 8 



05 51.0 
12 06.0 
54 15.7 
4S 53.5 
09 30.7 
02 54.0 
01 21.4 

57 39.6 
53 04.2 
04 41 .5 

58 41.0 
53 54.6 
08 00.6 
04 05". 5 



46 03 00 118 47 45 



16 26.1 
16 39. S 



-. — 



~ 8 2 

J- = 3 

= 5 g £ 

~ r SI ■ 

; - * a 

? p BE 

SS 5 a H 



7 = - -- i s. g =' '-: 



Bb** 

S £ * - 



\ 





- 

a 


a 




31 

o 


3 


— 


3" 

5 


- 



a 
























3 


= 


- 


-i 
-. 


a. 

r 




- 


o 

a 


-3 
— 


| 










j; 












a 




=- 


- 


H 


-. 


-. 


-r 


.-' 


B 


= 


rf 






a 
= 


- 


- 




B 

J! 


=- 


3 




"3 
P 





(9 
V. 


B 


•-i 


E3 

3- 
■ 


■ 
9 

5 


— 
m 

?■ 


s 
< 

d 


— 
O 


5 




a 
B* 


- 












- 






















- 












CI 

E 






Ct 


-. 


s 


d 


Z- 


£ 


N 


- 


d 












* 








'JU 


C 


P 




i 


© 
-. 


i; 
- 


9 


Z 


7 




- 


< 


■< 


- 


a 
B 

- 


r - 


1 


p 


e-i 


£3 






-: 


91 


















-' 


"3 


? 






- 


j: 




^ 


"3 

1 




- 

5 


3= 


3" 

3 


,': : . 
* 


a 


O 

3 
D 


— 
- 


.— 


/ 


T 




3 


x 




B 


u 


L 


•g. 


- 




>« 





— 3. = 



&3 

5' 5 



«. g a 
g ?. = 



a, - 

PI 5 



=- g 1 5 



C9 d 



1l I 



3" 3" 
O © 





ill 


5 


Pebraa 
Marcb 

April . 
May . . 




3_> 


o 














.-■ < ~ ~-> cr 






































^ -5 


-i 


5S 


ce 








_ _-i-3=— icii-i© 


© 




3 3 :i:c: ;>-.'-_n;:«i3 




- 


g 

• 


•u p © © © — *^ © ©— -r © © 


© 


ono 
000 

cle. 
860 
850 

880 
140 
680 

000 
000 

730 








3©333©33-llC3— ' 


w 


• 


3 33 ;c— ^» — ^© — — © 








°l 


Sooooooooooo 


to 


ec I 


3 3 3 -l ZC -> t; ■ i; U. © © © 


<3< 


08 


3©©-t---- 3334-3)©© 




fcOi ©— — ©©©©33©©© 


s 


tS 1 CD 

© *3 ©03"MT05i-iW30 


n 




r 3 i: >i ^ (C 1» li ^ y 3 O 


3. 


-• isssssgiiss 


? 


-1 

OD j 


05 

3©©^>^.^.COtC^© ^"3 


f. 




3 © © -^ :•: 'm '*. © — © '© ^ 


tO © © — • 3» tO © 31 -I 3- V — * -. 

© ©©©©©©©©©©3-" 




• M 


-1 


oo 


- 


CO j ©©©i-it«^© *»(-£© ©-3 


f 




3 © 3 JO — -U — -3 ■ © -I © fv 
3 © ~ — li ^. ti. © © © © ." 


— ' 






ea 


_, J , 




f 


e - 


: 3 3— — 3 *- -^ to © ©"3 


•^ K" C U 7- - _. > oo oa _ •_ 7T 






fe, . 


©©".- 3< — 3» © —• 31 • 


^-« 


i» _ 


f 33©^tOtOtO«OtO©© 


3 




^ © © ro to X 4- i- "© 4- 3". © 
3 — © 3 — -J © 4- CC © 31 © 

s fcOQ0COrfi.X— -i»^tO©i'© 


i 


^ 


09 






„ 


- 


C5 < 




f 


© ! 




i-* 


333ii^^a?;s-H- 


S° 


to 


3©©t0t03»©t0i-t©©© 


SB 




3 3 3 — X — "3 i: -/: 4- © 3> 
3 IC — 3 -> — ii — iC X © tO 

3©-* — *-©^©4-3»©3t 




-4 < 


8 


?* 1 


3 © © © © SO tO tO 4> p © © 


? 


'© 


3 V — V htk-OOtOajW-"©© 

- — i: -~ -i k. t; -. / x — © 


© 




-» j 


3 © 3* © 3t _- © X lO — *». io 








- 




3©©>-'©tO*.3'XtO©© 




2 


3 © 3 X X X tC 3 ~ — 3 3 

— © IC — © IC JC -I © © 




E 


r. ©-'■x — ©©©•-)©©© 


F 


-1 


DP 


- 




3— 3©^tOtOi-'tO©©© 


p 








SO 


3 -.• 3 3 -_• :: i: _ -' 3 

3 ." © 31 1C 3 — ^ ~) 3< 31 O 


p 




si 


©©©©►-'cctoaoi^.i-i©© 


05 


w 1 


3 © © X -) -1 3. I ". -_• X -' 3 




p 




*«• * 


— 


c 


3 


*- 




3 X 


^. © © © o 



•< c 

1 I 



JANUARY. 


January was so called by the Komans from Janus, one of their deities, to whom the first day 
of the year was sacred. 


SAN FBANCISCO— MOONS PHASES. 


First Quarter., January 4, 7 h 32 m a. m. ' Last Quarter, January 19, 6 h 26 m p. m. 




Apogee January 16, 10 p. m. Perigee January 19, 7 p. m. 


P2 


OJ4 


Summaet or Events. 


Sun 

Eises. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 

Sets. 


High Water. 


Morn. 


Evening:. 


1 


s. 


Judicial terms begin in California 


H. M. 

7 16 


H. M. 

4 51 


H. M. 

9 39 


H. M. 

3 8*. 


2 18*. 


2 


Mo. 


[lones. 1863. 


7 16 


4 52 


10 47 


3 46 s. 


3 22*. 


8 


Tu. 


Clipper Noonday wrecked off Faral- 


7 16 


4 53 


11 54 


4 39s. 


4 57 Z. 


4 


W. 


Earthquake at Mariposa, 1854 


7 16 


4 54 


morn. 


5 26*. 


6 16 s. 


5 


Th. 


First No. u Alta California," 1849.. . . 


7 16 


4 55 


1 


6 10 I 


7 3Ss. 


6 


Fri. 


Steamer Northerner lost, 1860 


7 16 


4 56 


2 6 


& 56*. 


8 56 s. 


7 


Sat. 


First No. " California Star," 1847 


7 16 


4 57 


3 10 


7 43*. 


10 9». 


8 


S. 


Battle of San Gabriel, 1847. 


7 16 


4 5S 


4 12 


S26Z. 


11 20 s. 


9 


Mo. 


Battle of Los Angeles, 1S47 


7 16 


4 59 


5 8 


9 4*. 




10 


Tu. 


[Vigilance Committee, 1856. 


7 16 


5 


6 1 


4*. 


9 45 *.* 


11 


W. 


Trial of Cora by the San Francisco 


7 16 


5 1 


rises. 


43*. 


10 23*. 


12 


Th. 




7 15 


5 2 


6 14 


1 lis. 


11 15 *.* 


13 


Fri. 




7 15 


5 3 


7 11 


1 49 s. 


7*. 


14 


Sat. 




7 15 


5 4 


8 8 


2 21s. 


53*. 


15 


S. 




7 15 


5 5 


9 5 


2 43 s. 


1 44*. 


16 


Mo. 


Herring at Monterey, 1863 


7 14 


5 6 


9 59 


3 8». 


2 38 *. 


17 


Tu. 




7 14 


5 7 


10 53 


3 34 s. 


3 16 s. 


18 


W. 


1st Mun. Election, Marysville, 1850... 


7 13 


5 8 


11 49 


4 30*. 


4 22 s. 


19 


Th. 


Gold discovered at Coloma, 1848 


7 13 


5 9 


morn. 


5 4*. 


5 38 s. 


20 


Fri. 




7 12 


5 10 


45 


5 49*. 


6 48 s. 


21 


Sat 


Fremont born, 1813 


7 12 


5 11 


1 42 


6 22*. 


8 4s. 


22 


S. 


First daily "Alta California" issued 


7 11 


5 13 


2 40 


7 4*. 


9 fBs. 


23 


Mo. 


1S50 


7 11 


5 14 


3 37 


7 52*. 


10 28 s. 


24 


Tu. 


San. Fran.Mer. Lib. organized, 1S53.. 


7 10 


5 15 


4 32 


8 34*. 


11 23 s. 


25 


W. 


Sacramento Yalley submerged by 


7 10 


5 16 


5 27 


9 23*. 




26 


Th. 


flood, 1862 


7 9 


5 17 


sets. 


9.?. 


10 21 *.* 


27 


Fri. 


Sacramento Pioneer Ass. org'd, 1854.. 


7 S 


5 18 


6 9 


47 s. 


11 13 *.* 


28 


Sat. 


* l Pioneer Magazine," 1S54 


7 7 


5 19 


7 21 


1 27 s. 


13*. 


29 


S. 


Battle of Bear L'iver, between In- 


7 7 


5 20 


8 32 


2 Is. 


1 11*. 


30 


Mo. 


dians and Cal. Volunteers, 1863 


7 6 


5 22 


9 41 


2 33 s. 


2 9*. 


31 


Tu. 


The Jenny Ford wrecked at S. F., 1864. 


7 5 


5 23 


10 50 


8 lis. 


4 1*. 


N 


jte. — Tn the tide column of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 


and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger tide 


of the day is distinguished by the letter *, and the smaller by s. 



FEBRUARY. 

Leap Vkak.— Every year whose nunibtr is nut divisible by 4 without a remainder, consists 
Of 300 duy>: . v.ry year which is so divisible, but is not divisible by 100, of 866; every year 
divisible by 100, but not by 400, again of 865; ami every year divisible by 400, of 866. 



SAN FRANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter February 2, 4 h 58 m p. si. I Last Quarter February 18, U28m p.m. 

Full Moon February 10, 8 h 17 m a. M. | New Moon, February 25, 11 h 53 m a. m. 

Apogee Feb. 13, 1p.m. Perigee Feb. 26, 4 a.m. 



[] 


I* 


! 


W. 


2 


Th. 


1 


Fri. 


4 


Sat. 


1 


S. 


6 


Mo. 


7 


Tu. 


8 


W. 


9 


Th. 


10 


Fri. 


11 


Sat. 


12 


S. 


13 


Mo. 


14 


Tu. 


15 


W. 


16 


Th. 


17 


Fri. 


18 


Sat. 


19 


S. 


20 


Mo. 


21 


Tu. 


22 


W. 


23 


Th. 


24 


Fri. 


25 


Sat. 


26 


s. 


27 


Mo. 


28 


Tu. 



Summary of Events. 



Est. Pop. San Francisco, 1S49, 2,000... 

Treaty Guadaloupe Hidalgo, 1848 

"Sac Daily Bee" established, 1857.. . . 

Marysville incorporated, 1851 

Earthquake at Monterey, 1863. 

[Point, 1854. 
Loss of Ship San Francisco near Fort 
Lynch execution of four criminals at 

Aurora, 1864 

San Francisco lighted with gas, 1S54.. 
State of Oregon admitted, 1859 

Flood at Nevada City, 1857. 

Wreck of Steamer Independence off 
Margarita Island, 1 853 

Great Fire at Stockton, 1855. 

Organization of first Vigilance Com- 
mittee at San Francisco, 1851 

Act creating Arizona Territory, 1863. 

Battle of Sacramento, 1847 

Loss of Steamer North America, near 
Acapulco, 1852 ■ 



Sun 

Piises. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 
Sets. 


High Water. 


Morn. 

H. M. 

3 32 I 


Evening. 


II. M. 

7 4 


H. M. 

5 24 


H. M. 

11 58 


II. M. 

4 53s 


7 3 


5 25 


morn. 


4 24 I 


6 24s 


7 2 


5 26 


1 4 


5 111 


7 43« 


7 2 


5 27 


2 6 


6 10 2 


9 4« 


7 1 


5 29 


3 4 


6 55/ 


9 55 s 


7 


5 30 


3 56 


7 53 I 


10 51 « 


6 59 


5 31 


4 43 


8 53 I 


11 41s 


6 58 


5 32 


5 27 


9 34 I 




6 56 


5 33 


6 8 


8s 


10 16 1* 


6 55 


5 34 


rises. 


30 a 


11 01* 


6 54 


5 35 


6 56 


50 s 


41 


6 53 


5 37 


7 50 


1 28 s 


55 I 


6 52 


5 38 


8 45 


1 51s 


1 16 s 


6 51 


5 39 


9 40 


2 30 I 


2 9s 


6 49 


5 40 


10 35 


2 51 Z 


3 4« 


6 4S 


5 41 


11 31 


3 14 2 


4 10 s 


6 47 


5 42 


morn. 


3 441 


5 30* 


6 46 


5 43 


27 


4 30 I 


6 39« 


6 44 


5 45 


1 24 


5 18 2 


7 56* 


6 43 


5 46 


2 20 


6 21 


9 4s 


6 42 


5 47 


3 12 


7 41 


10 3 s 


6 40 


5 48 


4 2 


8 51 


10 56 s 


6 39 


5 49 


4 49 


9 81 


11 40 « 


6 38 


5 50 


5 34 


10 Gl 




6 36 


5 51 


sets. 


13 s 


11 282* 


6 35 


5 52 


7 19 


46s 


22 2 


6 34 


5 53 


8 33 


1 16s 


1 842 


6 33 


5 53 


9 43 


1 39 2 


2 29 s 



Note.— In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter I, and the smaller by a. 

I* 



MARCH. 

The month of March, (Latin Martins) was thus named by the Eomans in honor of Mars, 
their God of War. 



SAN FRANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter March 4, 4 h 8 m a. m. j Last Quarter March 20, 4 h 26 m A. M. 

Full Moon March 12, 2 h 32 m a. m. | New Moon March 26, 9 h 18 m p. m. 

Apogee March 12, 6 p. m. Perigee March 26, 4 p. m. 



=5 




1 


w. 


2 


Th. 


3 


Fri. 


4 


Sat. 


5 


S. 


6 


Mo. 


T 


Tu. 


8 


W. 


9 


Th. 


10 


Fri. 


11 


Sat. 


12 


S. 


13 


Mo. 


14 


Tu. 


iq 


W. 


16 


Th. 


17 


Fri. 


18 


Sat. 


19 


S. 


20 


Mo. 


21 


Tu. 


22 


W. 


23 


Th. 


24 


Fri. 


25 


Sat. 


26 


S. 


27 


Mo. 


28 


Tu. 


29 


W. 


30 


Th. 


31 


Fri. 



Summary of Events. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 
Sets. 


High Water. 


Morn. 


Evening. 


General Sutter born, 1803 


II. M. 

6 32 
6 30 


H. M. 

5 54 
5 55 


H. M. 

10 51 

11 56 


H. M. 

2 10 I 

2 4SZ 


H. M. 

3 36« 


Act creating Nevada Territory, 1861. 


4 48 s 


Washington Ter. organized, 1853... 


6 29 


5 56 


morn. 


3 39 I 


6 5s 


Thos. Starr King died, 1864. . . [1864. 


6 27 


5 57 


57 


4 38 Z 


7 32 s 


Earthquake at S. F. and Santa Cruz, 


6 26 


5 58 


1 53 


5 32 I 


8 32 s 


Stevenson's Reg. ar. at S. F. 1847 


6 25 


5 59 


2 42 


6 34 I 


9 32 s 


Steamer Tennessee lost, 1853 


6 23 


6 


3 26 


7 31 I 


10 19 s 




6 22 


6 1 


4 5 


8 26 I 


11 s 




6 20 


6 3 


4 40 


9 13 Z 


11 27« 




6 19 


6 4 


5 12 


10 2Z 


11 52 s 


Great Fire at Nevada City, 1851 


6 17 


6 5 


5 43 


10 50 Z 






6 15 


6 6 


rises. 


14 s 


11 33 I* 


First house erected in New Westmin- 


6 14 


6 7 


7 34 


47 s 


30 s 


ster, 1859 


6 12 
6 11 


6 8 
6 9 


8 30 

9 24 


1 12 I 

1 211 


1 17 s 


Rebel privateer Chapman seized at 


2 12 s 


San Francisco, 1863 


6 9 


6 10 


10 20 


1 46 Z 


3 5s 


First Mission in California founded at 


6 8 


6 11 


11 17 


2 51 


4 5s 


San Diego, 1769 


6 6 
6 4 


6 12 
6 12 


morn. 
11 


2 39 Z 

3 26 I 


5 20 s 


"Sacramento Union" estab'd, 1851. . . 


6 22 s 


Senator M'Dougall elected, 1861 


6 3 


6 13 


1 3 


4 22 Z 


7 33 s 




6 2 


6 13 


1 52 


5 35 Z 


8 30 s 




6 1 


6 14 


2 40 


6 42 Z 


9 29 s- 


Maj.-Gen. E. Y. Sumner died, 1863. . . 


5 59 


6 15 


3 23 


7 55 I 


10 15s 




5 57 


6 16 


4 5 


9 11 


10 56 s 


Dr. J. R. Prefontaine died, 1863 


5 56 


6 17 


4 45 


10 6 1 


11 29 s 




5 54 


6 18 


sets. 


11 51 


11 48 Z 




5 53 


6 19 


7 17 




6s 




5 51 


6 20 


8 29 


19 Z 


1 45s 




5 50 


6 21 


9 39 


46 Z 


2 46s 




5 48 


6 22 


10 44 


1 18 1 


3 39s 


First arrival of Ocean Mail, 1849 ■ 


5 46 


6 23 


11 44 


1 57 I 


4 51s 



Note.— In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day, when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter Z, and the smaller by s. 



APRIL. 

to open, 



April (Latin Apr Hi A la M railed from aperio, 
young buds of treea and Bo» 



In allusion to the opening of the 



: F!:aN« I- 1 0— MOOflTB PHA£ 

First Quarter April 2, 5 h 9 m p. m. j Last Quarter April IS, 3 h 10 m p. m. 

Full Hood April 10, 6 h 17 m p. m. | New Moon April 25, 6 h 4 mA. m. 

. April 8, 6 p. u. Perigee April 24, 2 a. m. 



*3 *4 


Summary or Events. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 


High Water. 
Morn. Evening 


j 






II. M. 

5 45 


ii. ii. 
6 24 


H. v. 

morn. 


n. m. 
2 52 2 


n. m. 
5 52 « 


2 

8 
4 


S. 
Tu. 


Alvarado's Surrender. *47 . . 

Opening of U. 5. Branch Mint, 1 554. . . 


5 43 

5 42 
5 40 


6 25 
6 26 
6 27 


36 

1 22 

2 3 


3 532 

5 3 2 

6 10 I 


6 51 

7 51 « 
844« 




w. 




539 ; 


6 29 


2 40 


1 10 2 


9 24* 


8 Th. 




5 37 


6 29 


3 13 


8 \Sl 


10 3« 


1 


Fri. 




5 36 


6 30 


8 44 


9 82 


10 32 * 


8 
9 
10 


Sat. 
S. 
Mo. 


[Bay, 1553. 
Steamer S. S. Lewis lost in Bolinas 


5 34 

5 33 
5 31 , 


6 31 
632 
6 33 


4 14 

4 43 

5 14 


9 57 2 

10 47/ 

11 5* 


10 53 « 

11 59 s 
11 47 2 


11 To. 

12 W. 


Steamer Jenny Lind exploded. 1 - 


5 29 
5 28 
5 27 
5 26 
5 24 
5 23 
5 22 
5 20 
5 19 
5 17 

5 ie 

5 15 
5,3 

5 12 


6 34 
6 34 
6 34 
6 35 
6 36 
6 37 
6 35 
6 39 
6 40 
6 41 
6 42 
643 
6 44 
6 45 


rises. ; 

8 15 

9 11 
10 5 

10 58 

11 43 
morn. 

35 

1 19 

1 59 

2 37 
8 15 

3 54 

4 34 


26 2 

40 2 

1 3 2 

1 27 2 

2 02 
2 53 2 

4 3 2 

5 17 2 

6 22 2 

7 35 2 
S 512 
9 542 

11 22* 


I60 

1 6* 


13 Th. 
14. Fri. 


The first American school opened in S. 
F 1-47 


2 3* 
2 530 


15 Bat 

16 S. 

17 Mo. 


Indian battle at Spanish Fork Canon,'63 

Arrival of T. O. Larkin in California, 

' 


3 540 

4 530 
6 I0 


15 

19 


Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
S. 
Mo. 


J. W. Osborn killed, 1563. S. Clara M. 


7 5* 
7 56 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


Flying Cloud arrived at S. F. -39 days 

fromN. Y., 1554 

1st Cal. Legislature convened, 1650. 
[Golden Fleece lost, 1554 


8 52 

9 41 

10 15 
10 32 I 
10 57/ 


25 
26 


Tu. 
W. 


Act organizing Placer Co. passed, 1851. 


5 11 
5 9 


6 46 
6 47 


seta. 
8 23 


23*t 

1 25*r 


11 25 2 
: 11 59 I 


27 
28 
29 


Th. 

Fri 
Sat 


Str. Ada Hancock exploded, 1563 

First election of municipal officers of 
S. F., 1851 


5 S 
5 5 
5 7 


6 48 

4- 
6 49 


9 27 

10 25 

11 15 


32 2 

1 152 


i 2 250 
| 3 12 

: 4 160 


30 


S. 


Arrival of H. W. Bellows at San Fran- 


1 5 5 


6 50 


morn. 


2 20 2 


5 80 




cisco, 1564. National Fast day. 1>63. 




1 




i 



Note. — In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (+) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter 2, and the smaller by 0. 



MAY. 

May is so denominated from. Maia, the most beautiful of the Pleiades, and the fabled mother 
of Mercury. 



SAN FKANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, May 2, 7 h 54 m A. m. 1 Last Quarter, May 17, 10 h 30 m p. m. 

Full Moon, May 10, h 13 m p. m. | New Moon, May 24, 2 h 40 m p. m. 

Apogee, May 6,8 a.m. Perigee, May 22, 4 a. m. 



II 




Summary of Events. 


Sun 
Eises. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 

Sets. 


High 

Morn. 


Water. 

Evening 


1 


Mo. 


Adoption S. F. charter. 1850 


H. M. 

5 4 


H. M. 

6 51 


H. M. 

1 


H. M. 

3 34* 


H. M. 

6 8s 


2 


Tu. 


Oregon Territory organized, '43 


5 3 


6 51 


40 


4 39 * 


6 53 s 


3 


W. 




5 2 


6 52 


1 15 


5 4S* 


7 38s 


4 


Th. 


2d Great Fire in S. F., 50 ; also 5th, 


5 


6 53 


1 46 


6 5S / 


8 22s 


5 


Fri. 


Great Fire, '51 


4 59 


6 54 


2 17 


7 59 * 


—8 55s 


6 


Sat. 




4 58 


6 55 


2 46 


8 58* 


10 12 s 


7 


S. 




4 57 


6 56 


3 15 


9 28s 


10 10* 


8 


Mo. 




4 56 


6 57 


3 46 


10 22 « 


10 32* 


9 


Tu. 


California discovered by Zimines, 1534. 


4 55 


6 58 


4 19 


11 16s 


10 50* 


10 


W. 




4 54 


6 59 


rises. 


ost 


11 5* 


11 


Th. 




4 53 


7 


8 1 


1 13*t 


11 47* 


12 


Fri. 


Battle Pyramid Lake, '60 


4 52 


7 1 


8 56 




2 10 s 


13 


Sat. 


"War declared by U. S. against Mexico, 


5 52 


7 1 


9 47 


16* 


2 53 s 


14 


S. 


1846 


4 51 


7 2 


10 35 


53 I 


3 36* 


15 


Mo. 


Vigilance Committee formed," '56 


4 50 


7 3 


11 18 


1 3S* 


4 24s 


16 


Tu. 


1st Leg. Com. of Oregon organized, '43; 


4 49 


7 4 


11 59 


2 36 * 


5 22s 


17 


W. 


and 1st session State Legislature, '59. 


4 48 


7 5 


morn. 


3 48* 


6 21s 


18 


Th. 




4 47 


7 5 


37 


5 7* 


7 14s 


19 


Fri. 


[School Teachers, S. F., '63. 


4 46 


7 6 


1 14 


6 24 * 


7 59 s 


20 


Sat. 


Oath of Allegiance administered to 


4 46 


7 7 


ltil 


7 35 * 


S 41* 


21 


S. 


Earthquake at San Francisco, 18C4 


4 45 


7 8 


2 28 


8 59 s 


9 21* 


22 


Mo. 


Polish Mass Meeting at S. F., 1863 


4 44 


A 9 


3 8 


10 lis 


9 52* 


23 


Tu. 


Meeting of Polish sympathizers at S. 


4 43 


7 10 


3 52 


11 18s 


10 19 * 


24 


W. 


F., '68 


4 43 


7 11 


sets. 


19 st 


10 52* 


25 


Th. 




4 42 


7 11 


8 9 


1 18 at 


11 30* 


2C 


Fri. 


1st election in Placer Co., '51 


4 42 


7 12 


9 5 




2 24 s 


27 


Sat. 


First session State Teachers' Conven- 


4 41 


7 13 


9 53 


13* 


3 lis 


28 


S. 


tion, '61 


4 40 


7 14 


10 35 


58* 


3 46s 


29 


Mo. 




4 40 


7 14 


10 12 


1 52* 


4 26s 


30 


Tu. 




4 39 


7 15 


11 46 


3 1* 


5 15s 


31 


W. 


Gov. Mason's Proclamation, '47 


4 39 


7 15 


morn. 


4 6* 


5 56 s 



Note. — In tjie tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter *, and the smaller by s. 





JUNE. 




The month <>f June recelTcd its name from Juno, the queen of Jupiter, and the chief goddess 


of Human Mythology. 






SAN FRANCISCO-MOON'S PHASES. 




Firs 


Quarter June 1. h 11 m a. m. ! Last Quarter June 16. 3 h 43 m a. m. 


Full Moon June 9, 1 h 81 to a. m. | New Moon June 22, 11 h 4S m p. m. 




Last Quarter June 30. 5 h 30 m p. m. 




Apogee June 3, 1 a. m. Perigee June 18, 8 a. si. Apogee... 


June 30, 8 p. m. 


a _£ 


*3m 


Summary of Events. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 

Sets. 


Moon 
Sets. 


High Water. 


Morn. 


Evening. 


1 


Tli. 


San Francisco " Herald" first pub- 


H. M. 

4 39 


H. M. 

7 16 


H. M. 

18 


H. M. 

5 19 I 


H. M. ' 

6 43 s 


'J 


Fri. 


lished, 1S50 


4 39 


7 16 


48 


6 19 / 


7 15s 


3 


Sat. 




4 39 


7 17 


1 17 


7 22/ 


8 4s 


4 


S. 


Fire at Auburn, California, 1855 


4 3S 


7 18 


1 47 


8 23 s 


8 33/ 


5 


Mo. 




4 38 


7 IS 


2 19 


9 25s 


8 59 / 


6 


Tu. 




4 38 


7 19 


2 54 


10 25 s 


9 25 1 


7 


W. 


Five Indians hung in Butte Co., 1863.. 


4 37 


7 20 


3 33 


11 25 s 


9 59 Z 


8 


Th. 




4 37 


7 20 


4 17 


14st 


10 20 1 


• 9 


Fri. 


Indian Treaty at Fort Lapwai, 1S63. . . . 


4 37 


7 21 


rises. 


1 7*t 


11 7/ 


10 


Sat. 




4 37 


7 21 


8 31 


1 56 st 


11 58 Z 


11 


S. 


First execution by San Francisco 


4 37 


7 22 


9 18 




2 33s 


12 


Mo. 


Vigilance Committee, 1851 


4 37 


7 22 


10 


45 I 


3 8s 


13 


Tu. 




4 37 


7 23 


10 40 


1 34 / 


3 4S« 


14 


W. 


Third Great Fire in San Fran., 1850.. 


4 37 


7 23 


11 17 


2 34 Z 


4 41s 


15 


Th. 


Military Post of Sonoma captured by 


4 37 


7 23 


11 54 


3 51 Z 


5 28 s 


16 


Fri. 


Fremont, 1846 


4 37 


7 24 


morn. 


5 4/ 


6 15/ 


17 


Sat. 




4 37 


7 24 


29 


6 33 s 


7 21 


18 


S. 


Ide's Proclamation at Sonoma, 1846.. 


4 37 


7 24 


1 7 


7 52 s 


1 42,1 


19 


Mo. 




4 37 


7 25 


1 47 


9 9s 


8 28/ 


20 


Tu. 


Fire at Shasta, 1853 [1S08. 


4 37 


7 25 


2 30 


10 28 s 


9 81 


21 


W. 


Severe earthquake at Yerba Buena, 


4 38 


7 25 


3 19 


11 34 s 


9 42/ 


22 


Th. 


Sixth Great Fire in San Francisco, 


4 3S 


7 25 


sets. 


36 st 


10 211 


23 


Fri. 


1851 


4 39 


7 25 


7 44 


1 21st 


11 8/ 


24 


Sat. 




4 39 


7 25 


8 29 


2 6st 


11 55/ 


25 


S. 


Escape of 160 Prisoners from San 


4 39 


7 25 


9 9 




2 43s 


26 
27 


Mo. 
Tu. 


Eafael, 1859 


4 40 
4 40 


7.25 
7 25 


9 46 
10 19 


47 / 

1 37 / 


3 Is 
3 27 s 


San Francisco first settled, 1776 


28 


W. 


Rough and Eeady burned, 1853 


4 40 


7 25 


10 49 


2 85/ 


3 59 s 


29 


Th. 


Pio Pico's Proclamation, 1846 


4 41 


7 25 


11 18 


3 441 


4 40« 


30 


1 Fri. 


Montezuma died, 1520 


4 41 


7 25 


11 48 


4 50/ 


6 4s 


N 


ote. — In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the s« 


cond morning tide, 


and 


the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. 


Finally, the larger 


tide 


of the day is distinguished by the letter /, and the smaller by s. 





\*X> E ' JULY. 

July (Latin Julius) was so called in honor of Julius Caesar, -who was born in this month. 



SAN FEANCISCO—MOONS PHASES. 

Full Moon, July S, h 19 m p. m. ! New Moon, July 22, 10 h 19 m a. m. 

Last Quarter, July 15, 8 h 17 m a. m. | First Quarter, July 30, 10 h 58 m a. m. 

Perigee, July 13, 10 A. m. Apogee, July 28, 2 p. m. 



55 


OM 


1 


Sat. 


2 


S. 


3 


Mo. 


4 


Tu. 


5 


W. 


6 


Th. 


7 


Fri. 


8 


Sat. 


9 


S. 


10 


Mo. 


11 


Tu. 


12 


W. 


13 


Th. 


14 


Fri. 


15 


Sat. 


16 


S. 


17 


Mo. 


18 


Tu. 


19 


W. 


20 


Th. 


21 


Fri. 


22 


Sat. 


23 


s. 


24 


Mo. 


25 


Tu. 


26 


W. 


27 


Th. 


28 


Fri. 


29 


Sat. 


30 


S. 


31 


Mo. 



Summary of Events. 



526 vessels lying in S. F. 1850 

Arrival of Gen. Sutter in Cal., 1839. .. 

Proc. ceding Cal. & N. M. to 17. S., '48. 



Com. Sloat hoisted the American flag 

at Monterey, 1846 

Democratic Cod. at Sac, 1863 " 

Pacific E. E. demonstration at S. F. '62. 

Ophir, Cal., burned, 1852 

2d Great Fire in Sacramento, 1854 

1st session Oregon Territorial Legisla- 
ture organized, 1849 

Union State Convention at Sacramento 
1863 

Great fire and loss of life in Nevada 
City, 1856 

S. F. & S. J. E. Co. incorporated, 1860. 

S. & Loan Society incorporated, 1857. 

Slight earthquake at S. F., 1863 

St. Louis, Sierra Co., burned, 1857 

Golden Gate burned, 1862 

Com. Stockton's Proclamation, 1846 . . 

'Indian Treaty at Brigham City, 1863 . 



Sun 
Eises. 



H. M. 

4 42 
4 42 
4 43 
4 43 
4 44 
4 44 
4 45 
4 45 
4 46 
4 47 
4 47 
4 48 
4 49 
4 49 
4 50 
4 51 
4 51 
4 52 
4 53 
4 54 
4 55 
4 55 
4 56 
4 57 
4 58 
4 59 



Sun 

Sets. 



H. M. 

7 25 

7 26 
7 26 

7 26. 

7 25 

7 25 

7 25 

7 25 
T 24 

7 24 

7 24 

7 23 

7 23 

7 22 

7 21 

7 21 

7 21 

7 20 

7 19 

7 19 

7 18 

7 1.7 

7 17 

7 16 

7 15 

7 14 

7 13 

7 13 

7 12 

7 11 

7 10 



Moon 

Sets. 



H. M. 

morn. 
19 

52 

1 29 

2 9 
2 56 



rises. 

7 58 

8 40 

9 IS 
9 55 

10 31 

11 8 
11 47 
morn. 

29 

1 14 

2 5 

3 

4 
sets. 

7 44 

8 19 

8 50 

9 20 
9 50 

10 20 

10 51 

11 26 
morn. 



High 


Water. 


Morn. 


Evening 


H. M. 

5 39s 


H. M. 

6 21 I 


6 43 s 


6 53 I 


7 56s 


7 30 I 


9 4s 


8 41 


10 12 s 


8 46 I 


11 13 s 


9 19 2 


9 at 


10 9 J 


51st 


10 53 I 


1 30st 


11 42 I 




2 6s 


32 I 


2 43s 


1 29 I 


3 16« 


2 26 I 


4 0s 


3 36 I 


4 48 I 


5 6s 


5 32 I 


6 22s 


6 20 I 


7 46 s 


7 11 I 


9 lis 


8 11 


10 27 s 


8 40 I 


11 34 s 


9 28 I 


28st 


10 10 I 


1 8 st 


10 557 


1 43st 


11 39 I 




2 13 s 


30 I 


2 20 s 


1 16 I 


2 40 s 


2 91 


3 5s 


8 11 I 


S 53s 


4 Ss 


4 18 I 


5 16 • 


4 50 I 


6 35 s 


5 35 I 



Note.— In the tide columns of these pages 1 the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter I, and the smaller by s. 



AUGUST. 

The month of Aligns! was so named by the Romans in honor of Emperor August u», the suc- 
OQMor of Julius Cesar. 



SAX FRANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 



Full Moon August 6, 9 h 19 m p. m. 

Last Quarter August 13, 1 h 32 m p. m. 

Perigee August 9, 11 a. m. 



New Moon August 20, 11 h 7 m p. m. 

First Quarter Augnst 29, 3h36mA.ii. 

Apogee August 25, 7 a. m. 



o5 


^^2 

- -j 
>. - 


Scmmary of* Events. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

Sets. 


High Water. 


— SB 


Morn. 


Evening. 


1 


Tu. 


First issue " Pacific," 1S51 


H. M. 

5 4 


II. M. 

7 9 


n. m. 

5 


II. M. 

7 43* 


H. M. 

6 111 


2 


W. 


Duel bet. Gilbert and Denver, 1852. . . 


5 5 


7 7 


43 


8 5S« 


7 41 


3 


Th. 




5 6 


7 6 


1 36 


10 11 a 


8 11 I 


4 


Fri. 


S. V. R. R. Co. organized, 1852 


5 7 


7 5 


2 31 


11 4 s 


9 61 


5 


Sat. 




5 8 


7 4 


3 31 


11 53 a 


10 5 2 


6 


S. 


Breck. Convention, Sacramento, 1862. 


5 8 


7 2 


4 35 


30st 


10 56 I 


7 


Mo. 




5 9 


7 1 


rises. 


1 6stl 11 52 I 


8 | Tu. 




5 9 


7 1 


7 54 




. 1 27« 


9 


W. 


Thermometer stood at 120° in Mari- 


5 10 


7 


8 31 


37 I 


1 56s 


10 


Th. 


posa, 1857 


5 11 


6 59 


9 9 


1 32 I 


2 30s 


11 


Fri 


Illumination at San Fran, celebrating 


5 12 


6 58 


9 43 


2 3AI 


3 Ul 


12 


Sat. 


Peace with Mexico, 1848 


5 13 


6 56 


10 29 


3 32 s 


4 51 


13 


S. 


Commodore Stockton took possession 


5 14 


6 55 


11 15 


4 55 s 


4 581 


14 


Mo. 


of Los Angeles, 1846 


5 15 


6 54 


morn. 


6 24s 


5 49 1 


15 


Tu. 


First No. "Californian" issued, 1846.. 


5 16 


6 52 


4 


7 49 s 


6 89 1 


16 


w. 


William IT. Weeks died, 1863 


5 16 


6 51 


57 


9 5s 


7 30 Z 


17 


Th. 


Missions of California secularized, 


5 17 


6 50 


1 54 


10 24s 


8 23 I 


18 


Fri. 
Sat. 


1S33 


5 18 
5 19 


6 49 

6 47 


2 52 

3 51 


11 23 s 

7st 


9 9 I 


19 




9 5SI 


20 


S. 


Fire at Mokelumne Bill, 1854 


5 20 


6 46 


sets. 


46,st 


10 311 


21 


Mo. 


Fire at Monte Cristo, 1859 


5 21 


6 45 


6 51 


1 list 


11 2SZ 


22 


Tu. 


Society of California Pioneers, organ- 


5 22 


6 43 


7 22 




1 42 s 


28 


W. 
Th. 


ized, 1850.' 


5 23 
5 24 


6 42 
6 40 


7 52 
S 22 


12 I 

1 H 


1 36 s 


24 




1 44s 


25 


Fri. 


Columbia, Cal., ravaged by fire, 1857. . 


5 25 


6 39 


8 53 


1 55s 


2 51 


26 


Sat. 




5 26 


6 37 


9 26 


2 50s 


2 24? 


27 


S. 




5 27 


6 36 


10 2 


3 57 s 


2 511 


2R 


Mo. 


v ^ 


5 27 


6 35 


10 42 


5 7s 


3 HI 


29 


Tu. 




5 28 


6 33 


11 28 


6 24s 


4 30 I 


80 


W. 




5 29 


6 31 


morn. 


7 35 s 


5 35 I 


31 Th. 


Great Fire at Marysville, 1851 


5 30 


6 30 


19 


8 41s 


6 43Z 



Note.— In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (+) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter I, and the smaller by s. 



SEPTEMBER. 

September, now the ninth, -was anciently the seventh month, as is indicated by its name, 
being derived from the Latin septem. seven. 



SAX FEAXCISCO— MOOX S PHASES. 

Full Moon September 5, 5 h 42 m a. m. ! Xew Moon September 19, 2 h 35 m p. m. 

Last Quarter September IL 8 h 43 m p. m. | First Quarter September 27, 6 h 36 m p. m. 

Perigee Sept. 6, 1p.m. Apogee Sept. 21, 8 p. m. 





©■* 


SrilMAET OF E VESTS. 


Sun 

Rises. 


!?un 
Sets. 


Moon ' 

Sets. 


High Vater. 


£i £* 


■ Morn. | Evening. 


1 Fri. 


California Constitutional Convention 


H. M. 

5 31 


H. M. 

6 25 


H. M. ; 

1 15 


: H. M. 
I 9 43 s 


H. M. 

7 55* 


2 Sat. 


met 1^49 




6 27 


2 16 


10 34 s 


9 2 


3 S. 




I 5 32 


6 26 


3 21 


11 19 s 


10 5 2 


4 Mo. 




: 5 33 


6 25 


4 30 


11 54s 


11 4 2 


5 


To. 




5 34 


6 23 


rises. 


22 *t 


11 55 2 


6 


W. 


Nevada " Transcript" issued, 1560 


5 35 


6 22 


7 6 




33 2 


7 


Th. 




5 35 


6 20 


7 45 


51s 


1 12 


5 


Fri 




5 36 


6 16 


8 27 


1 51s 


1 27 2 


9 


- 1 


California admitted into the Union. 


5 37 


6 17 


9 12 


2 53 s 


2 42 


10 


S. 


1550 [1852, 


5 35 


6 15 


10 


4 4s 


2 52 2 


11 


Mo. 


First No. Placer "Herald"' issued. 


5 39 


6 14 


10 53 


5 16s 


3 52 2 


12 


Tu. 




5 40 


6 12 


11 50 


6 46s 


5 2 


13 


W. 


Senator Broderick killed in a duel, 


5 41 


6 11 


morn. 


8 0s 


6 82 


14 


Th. 


1559 


5 42 


6 9 


47 


9 6s 


7 16 2 


15 


FrL 


Surrender of the City of Mexico. 1547. 


543 


6 5 


145 


10 4s 


8 15 2 


'-'.■ 


Bat 




543 


6 6 


2 43 


10 49 s 


9 10 2 


IT 


S. 


Presidio established. 1776 


544 


6 4 


3 40 


11 24s 


10 3 2 


IS 


Mo. 


Pacific Railroad Convention in San 


545 


6 3 


4 37 


11 53 s 


10 47 2 


19 


Tu. 




i 546 


6 1 




11*+ 11 36 2 
32 s+ 11 59 s 


20 


W. 




J 5 4T 


5 59 


6 23 


21 


Th. 


Lower California discovered, 1534 


| 548 


5 5S 


6 56 




1 13 2 


22 


Fri. 


First Session Utah Legislature, 1551. . 


■! tB 


5 57 


7 28 


52 s 


1 22 


23 


Sat 




.: H 


5 56 


8 2 


1 39 s 


1 13 2 


24 


S. 
Ma 


Dr. H. M Gray died. 1563 


5 51 


5 54 
5 58 


8 41 

9 23 


2 37 s 

3 36 s 


1 37 2 


25 




2 10 2 


26 


To. 


Eussian Corvette ETcrrfck lost on 


5 51 


5 51 


10 10 


4 42s 


2 45 I 


27 


W. 

Th. 


Point Reves. 1S63 


5 52 

5 53 


5 49 
5 18 


11 3 
morn. 


6 2s 

7 lis 


4 2 2 


2: 


First Service Grace Church. San Fran- 


5 13 2 


99 


Fri 


cisco. 1562. 


5 54 


5 46 


1 


8 7# 


6 19 2 


M 


Bat 


Figueroa died. 1535. Earthquake at 
San Francisco. 1562 


5 55 


5 44 


1 2 


9 Ss 


7 342 



— In the tide column of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (*) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger tide 
of the day is distinguished by the letter 2, and the smaller by «. 



OCTOBER. 


October is from the Latin word octo, eight, indicating the place it held in the Roman Calendar. 


SAN FRANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 


Full Moon October 4, 2 h 21 m p. m. j New Moon October 19, 8 h 17 m a. m. 


Last Quarter October 11, 7 h 12 m a. m. | First Quarter October 2T, 7 h 40 m a. m. 


Perigee October 4, 10 p.m. Apogee October 18, 11p.m. 




Scmmaby or Events. 


Pun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
St-ts. 


High 
Morn. 


Water. 
Evening. 


1 


S. 


First Meeting Nevada Legislature, 


11. M. 

5 56 


II. M. 

5 43 


H. M. 

2 7 


H. M. 

10 2 « 


B. M. 

8 48* 


2 


Mo. 


1661. Wreck of Steamer Yankee 


5 57 


5 41 


3 15 


10 42 « 


9 52 / 


3 


Tu. 


Blade, 1S54. 


5 58 


5 40 


4 25 


11 21 8 


10 58? 


4 


W. 




5 59 


5 3S 


5 37 


11 50* 




B Th. 


Earthquake at San Francisco, 1859. . . 


6 


5 37 


rises. 


40 J 


11 39 /* 


6 1 Fri. 




6 1 


5 35 


7 3 


5* 


8/ 


7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


Sat. 
S. 
Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 


Col. Kewen arrested for treason, 1862.. 
Severe earthquake in California, 1812.. 
[Francisco, tia Los Angeles, 1858. 
Arrival of first Overland Mail in San 
Severe earthquake at San Juan, 1S60.. 


6 2 
6 3 
6 4 
6 5 
6 6 
6 7 


5 33 
5 32 
5 31 
5 29 
5 28 
5 26 


7 52 

8 45 

9 41 

10 39 

11 38 
morn. 


2 S* 

3 8* 

4 12 s 

5 19* 

6 31* 

7 36* 


42 / 

1 IS* 

2 19/ 

3 33/ 

4 48/ 

5 51/ 


13 
14 
15 


Fri. 

Sat 

S. 


Dr. E. S. Cooper died at San Fran- 
cisco, 1862 


6 8 
6 8 
6 9 


5 25 
5 24 
5 23 


36 

1 33 

2 30 


S 25* 
9 19* 
9 56* 


7 5/ 

8 6/ 

9 5/ 




16 


Mo. 




6 10 


5 21 


3 26 


10 29* 


10 0/ 


17 


Tu. 


Brig.- Gen. N. S. Clark died, 1860 


6 11 


5 20 


4 22 


10 56* 


10 23* 


18 


W. 


Earthquake at San Juan, 1800 


6 12 


5 18 


5 16 


11 37 / 


11 14* 


19 


Th. 


Coulterville burned, 1859 


6 13 


5 17 


sets 


11 56/ 




20 


Fri. 




6 14 


5 16 


6 5 


1* 


11 35/* 


21 


Sat. 


Colonel E. D. Baker killed in battle of 


6 15 


5 14 


6 41 


5S* 


11 58/* 


22 


S. 


Ball's Bluff, 1861 


6 16 


5 13 


7 21 


1 48s 


22/ 


23 


Mo. 




6 17 


5 12 


8 7 


2 42* 


48/ 


24 


Tu. 


Explosion of National Flour Mills, 


6 18 


5 10 


8 57 


3 36* 


1 36/ 


25 


W. 


San Francisco, 1862 


6 19 


5 9 


9 51 


4 29* 


2 31 / 


26 


Th. 


Colonel E. D. Baker's Great Speech at 


6 20 


5 8 


10 50 


5 31* 


3 43/ 


27 


Fri. 


American Theatre, 1860 


6 21 


5 6 


11 51 


6 34* 


5 0/ 


23 


Sat. 


Fire at Auburn, California, 1863 


5 22 


5 5 


mom. 


7 26* 


6 12/ 


29 


S. 


Admission of California into the Union 


6 22 


5 5 


• 55 


8 19* 


7 29/ 


30 


Mo. 


celebrated at San Francisco, 1S50. . 


6 23 


5 4 


2 


9 10* 


8 46/ 


81 


Tu. 


San Francisco Bay discovered, 1769.. . 


6 25 


5 3 


3 9 


9 52* 


10 10/ 


Note. — In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 


and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger tide 


of the day is distinguished by the letter /, and the smaller by h. 



NOVEMBER. 

The month of November was so called from the Latia word novem, nine, becanse it was the 
ninth month of the Eoman Calendar. 



SAN FRANCISCO— MOONS PHASES. 

Full Moon November 2, 11 h 53 m p. m. J New Moon .• .November 18, 2 h 50 m a. m. 

Last Quarter November 9, 9 h 35 m p. n. | First Quarter, November 25, 6 h 49 m p. m. 

Perigee November 2, 10 a.m. Apogee November 15, 3 a.m. 

Perigee November 30, 8 p. m. 



Q ,*= 




1 


w. 


2 


Th. 


3 


Fri. 


4 


Sat. 


5 


S. 


6 


Mo. 


T 


To. 


8 


w. 


9 


Th. 


10 


Fri. 


11 


Sat. 


12 


S. 


13 


Mo. 


14 


Tu. 


15 


W. 


10 


Th. 


17 


Fri. 


18 


Sat. 


19 


S. 


20 


Mo. 


21 


Tu. 


22 


W. 


23 


Th. 


24 


Fri. 


25 


Sat. 


26 


S. 


27 


Mo. 


28 


Tu. 


29 


W. 


30 


Th. ! 



Summary of Events. 



First Sermon in California, 1848.. .. 

Great Fire in Sacramento, 1852 

"Marvsville Express'* issued, 1851. 



California Revolt against G-utierrez, 

California declared independent, 1336. 

Great Fire at Nevada City, 1863 

M Dolores founded, 1776 

Seb. Vizcavno entered San Diego Har- 
bor, 1602 .- 

Return to San Francisco of 1,000 dis- 
appointed Frazer River Miners, 
1S58 

Gale in Nevada County, 1861 

" Morning Call" Office, San Francisco, 
burned, 1862 

Gila River Excitement, 1858 

[State of Washoe passed, 1862. 

Act providing Const. Convention for 

Organization of Vigilance Committee 
at Los Angeles, 1863 

Fire in Shasta, 1852 



Earthquake at San Francisco,-1853. . . . 
First Thanksgiving in California, 1319. 



Sun 

Rises. 



6 26 

6 27 
6 23 
6 29 
6 30 
6 31 
6 32 
6 33 
6 35 



6 41 
6 42 
6 43 
6 44 
6 46 
6 47 
6 47 
6 43 
6 49 
6 50 
6 51 
6 52 
6 53 
6 54 
6 55 
6 56 



Sun 

Sets. 



H. M. 

5 1 

5 
4 59 
4 58 

4 57 
4 56 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
4 52 
4 51 
4 50 
4 49 
4 49 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
4 46 
4 45 
4 45 
4 45 
4 44 
4 44 
4 43 
4 43 
4 42 
4 42 
4 41 
4 41 
4 41 



Moon 

Sets. 



H. M. 

4 20 

5 33 
rises. 

6 29 

7 25 

8 25 

9 27 

10 23 

11 27 
morn. 

24 

1 20 

2 16 

3 11 

4 6 

5 1 

5 55 
sets. 

6 5 

6 53 

7 46 
S 43 
9 43 

10 45 

11 49 
morn. 

55 

2 2 

3 11 

4 20 



High Water. 


Murn. 


Evening. 


H. H. 

10 24 * 


H. M. 

11 14 s 


10 54 * 




20« 


11 19** . 


1 19 s 


11 39 ** 


2 5s 


14 * 


3 8s 


59 * 


3 59 s 


1 54* 


4 52 s 


3 7* 


5 55s 


4 221. 


6 56 s 


5 27 * 


7 41s 


6 30 * 


S 26 s 


7 39* 


9 3s 


8 43* 


9 39* 


9 32 s 


10 14 * 


10 23 s 


10 38 * 


11 20 s 


10 54? 




15 s 


10 49 ** 


1 3s 


11 9** 


1 53 s 


11 53** 


2 40 s 


42* 


3 18 s 


1 30* 


4 Is 


2 27* 


4 49 s 


3 35* 


5 46 s 


4 56* 


6 40 s 


6 16* 


7 23 s 


7 41* 


8 6* 


8 56s 


8 52 * 


10 IS s 


9 26 * 


11 26 s 



Note. — In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger tide 
of the day is distinguished by the letter *, and the smaller by s. 



DECEMBER. 

December was thus named from Ihe Latin decern, ten, being the tenth month in the Roman 



year. 



SAN FRANCISCO— MOON'S PHASES. 

Full Moon December 2, 10 h 34 m a. m. I New Moon December IT, 8 h 85 m p. m. 

I.a-i Quarter Deeember 9, 4 h 8 m p. m. | First Quarter December 25, 4 h 21 m a. m. 

Full Moon December 81, 10 h 33 m p. m. 

Apogee December 12, 6 p. m. Perigee December 28, 8 p. m. 



„ _. 

1 ~p. 


1* 


J 


Fri. 


2 


Sat 


3 


S. 


4 


Mo. 


5 


Tu. 


6 


W. 


7 


Th. 


6 


Fri. 


9 


Sat. 


10 


S. 


11 


Mo. 


12 


Tu. 


13 


W. 


14 


Th. 


15 


Fri. 


16 


Sat 


17 


S. 


18 


Mo. 


19 


Tu. 


20 


W. 


21 


Th. 


22 


Fri. 


23 


Sat 


24 


S. 


25 


Mo. 


26 


Tu. 


27 


W. 


28 


Th. 


29 


Fri. 


30 


Sat. 


81 


S. 



Summary op Events. 



Inauguration Union Pacific R. R., 1S63. 

Great Flood in "Willamette Valley, '61. 

[Santiago, 1S63. 
Loss of nearly 2,000 lives by fire at 
Greatest height of Flood of 1S61-1862. 

Sacramento Valley submerged, 1861 . . 

Great Fire in S. F., 1850 



[Jose, 1849. 
1st Session Cal. Leg. organized at San 

Monterey discovered, 1602 

Sacramento lighted with gas, 1855 

Gold Hill, N. T. incorporated, 1862 . . . 

Steamer Yosemite launched, 1862 

Earthquake at S. F., 1862 

1st Great Fire in S. F., 1849 

Christmas 

S. F. Bible Society established, 1S49 . . 
G. A. Grant died, 1860 



Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

Sets. 


High Water. 


Morn. 


Evening 


H. M. 

6 57 


11. M. 

4 41 


II. M. 

5 30 


11. M. 

9 57 I 


H. M. 


6 5S 


4 41 


rises. 


23 s 


10 29 1* 


6 59 


4 40 


6 5 


1 23 s 


11 21* 


7 


4 40 


7 6 


2 2s 


11 511* 


7 1 


4 40 


8 10 


2 49 s 


42 I 


7 2 


4 40 


9 13 


3 30 s 


1 41 I 


7 3 


4 40 


10 13 


4 15 s 


2 46 I 


7 4 


4 40 


11 11 


5 0* 


4 31 


7 5 


4 40 


morn. 


5 53s 


5 9 I 


7 5 


4 40 


8 


6 33 s 


6 19 I 


7 6 


4 40 


1 4 


7 15s 


7 0« 


7 -7 


4 41 


1 58 


8 14 I 


8 4s 


7 8 


4 41 


2 52 


8 46 I 


9 12s 


7 8 


4 41 


3 46 


9 22 I 


10 13 s 


7 9 


4 42 


4 41 


9 47 I 


11 10 s 


7 9 


4 42 


5 37 


10 10 I 




7 10 


4 43 


sets. 


5s 


10 11 1* 


7 10 


4 43 


5 41 


54s 


10 54 1* 


7 11 


4 43 


6 38 


1 84 e 


11 36 Z* 


7 11 


4 44 


7 37 


2 16s 


2SZ 


7 12 


4 44 


S 39 


2 56s 


1 22 I 


7 12 


4 45 


9 42 


3 32 s 


2 1SZ 


7 13 


4 45 


10 46 


4 17s 


3 27 I 


7 13 


4 46 


11 51 


5 3s 


4 39 I 


7 14 


4,47 


morn. 


5 58 s 


6 16 ^ 


7 14 


4 47 


58 


6 40? 


7 30 s 


7 15 


4 48 


2 5 


7 24Z 


8 50 s 


7 15 


4 48 


3 12 


8 11 I 


10 lis 


7 15 


4 49 


4 18 


8 53 I 


11 19 s 


7 16 


4 49 


5 23 


9 33 I 




7 16 


4 50 


6 25 


27 s 


10 57* 



Note. — In the tide columns of these pages the asterisk (*) denotes the second morning tide, 
and the obelisk (t) the first afternoon tide of the day when so occurring. Finally, the larger 
tide of the day is distinguished by the letter I, and the smaller by «. 



20 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



TABLE I.— STATE GOVERNMENTS. 



GOVERNORS. 



TERM 
EXPIRES. 



Alabama ... 
Arkansas . . , 
California . . 

Connecticut 



Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina ... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West Virginia. . . 
Wisconsin 



Montgomery 

Little Rock 

•Sacramento 

Hartford and N I 

New Haven f 

Dover 

Tallahassee 

Milledgeville 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

Des Moines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge 

Augusta 

Annapolis 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefferson City 

Concord 

Trenton 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Columbus 

Salem 

Harrisburg 

Providence and J 

Newport f 

Columbia 

Nashville 

Austin 

Montpelier 

Alexandria 

Parkersburg 

Madison 



Thomas H. Watts 



Frederick F. Low . . . 

Wm. A. Buckingham 

Wm. Cannon 

John Milton 

Joseph E. Brown 

Richard Yates 

Oliver P. Morton . . . 

Wm. M. Stone 

Thomas Carney 

Thos. E. Bramlette . . 

Geo. F. Shepley 

Samuel Coney 

Aug. W. Bradford 

John A. Andrew 

Austin Blair 

Stephen Miller 

Charles Clark 



Joel Parker 

Horatio Seymour. 
Zebulon B. Vance . 

John Brough 

Addison C. Gibbs. 
Andrew G. Curtin 



Milledge L. Bonham 

Andrew Johnson 

Pendleton Murrah . . 

John G. Smith 

Francis H. Pierpont 
Arthur I. Boreman, . 
James T. Lewis . 



TERRITORIES. 



Arizona 

Colorado . . . 

Dakota 

Idaho 

Indian 

Nebraska.. . 
Nevada .... 
New Mexico 

Utah 

Washington 



Fort Whipple... 
Golden City.. .. 

Yankton 

Lewiston 

Tahleguah 

Omaha City 

Carson City 

Santa Fe 

G. 8. Lake City. 
Olympia 



John N. Goodwin 

John Evans .. ., 

Newton EdmuPls 

Caleb Lyon 

Under gov. nat. Indians . 

Alvin Saunders 

James W. Nye 

Henry Connelly 

James Duane Doty 

William Pickering 



Dec. 1865. 

Nov. 186S. 

Dec. 1867. 

May, 1865. 

Jan. 1867. 
Oct. 1S65. 
Nov. 1865. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1866. 
-Ian. 1865. 
Sept. 1S67. 
Jan. 1S68. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1866. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1866. 
Nov. 1865. 
Dec. 1S68. 
June 1864. 
Jan. 1866. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1865. 
Jan. 1866. 
Sept. 1866. 
Jan. 1S67. 

May, 1S64. 

Dec. 1864. 

Oct. 1865. 

Dec. 1865. 

Oct. 1864. 

Jan. 1868. 

Mar. 1865. 

Dec. 1865. 



STATE STATISTICS. 



21 



TABLE II.— EXTENT, POPULATION, ELECTIONS, Ac. 



BTATE8. 


SQl'AKE 
MILES. 


POP17LA- 
TION. 
1860. 


GENERAL ELECTION. 


LEGISLATURE 


MEETS. 




50,722 

52,193 

158.987 

4,674 

2,120 

59,268 

58,000 

55,405 

33,809 

50,914 

78,418 

37,680 

41,255 

31,766 

11,124 

7,800 

56,243 

95,274 

47,156 

67,380 

9,280 

8,320 

47,000 

50,704 

39,964 

95.248 

46,000 

1,306 

29,3S5 

45.600 

237,504 

10,212 

40,811 

20.541 

53,924 

60 


964,296 
485,427 

880,01 6 
460,151 
112,218 

140,439 
1,057,829 

1,7 11.753 

1,350,941 
674,948 
107,110 

1,155,713 
709,290 
62S,276 
6S7,034 

1,231,065 
749,112 
172,022 
791,396 

1,182,317 
326.072 
672,031 

3,880,735 
992.6K7 

2,339,599 
52.464 

2.906.370 
174,621 
703,812 

1,109,847 
602,432 
315.116 

1,246,381 

349.698 

775,873 

75,076 


1st Mon. Aug 


2d Mon. Nov . 
1st Mon. Nov. 
1st Mon. Dec . . 
1st Wed. May.. 
1st Tues. Jan. . 
4th Mon. Nov. 
1st Mon. Nov.. 
2d Mon. Jan. . . 

Jan . . . 

2d Mon. Jan. . . 
2d Tues. Jan . 






1st Mon. Aug 






1st Wed. Sept 






1st Mon. April 






2d Tues. Nov 






1st Mon. Oct 




Georgia 


1st Mon. Oct 

1st Tues. Nov 


. ..annu. 




2d Tues. Oct 






2d Tues. Oct 






1st Wed. Nov 








1st Mon. Dec. . . 
3d Mon. Jan . . . 
1st Wed. Jan.. 
1st Wed. Jan.. 
1st Wed. Jan.. 
1st Wed. Jan . . 

Jan . . . 

1st Mon. Nov. . 
Last Mon. Dec. 
1st Wed. June. 
2d Tues. Jan... 
1st Tues. Jan.. 
3d Mon. Nov.. 
1st Mon. Jan.. 
2d Mon. Sept.. 
1st Tues. Jan.. 












2d Mon. Sept 






1st Wed. Nov 




Massachusetts 

Michigan 


Tu. at'. 1st Mon. Nov 

Tu. af. 1st Mon. Nov 

2d Tues. Oct 


. . . annu. 
. . bienn. 




1st Mon. Oct 

Tu. af. 1st Mon. Nov 

2d Tues. March 




Missouri 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New York 


. . bienn. 


Tu. af. 1st Mon. Nov 

Tu. af. 1 st Mon. Nov. 

1 st Thurs. Aug 


. . . annu. 
. . . annu. 


Ohio 


2d Tues. Oct 






1st Mon. June 

2d Tues. Oct 




Pennsylvania 




1st Wed. April 






2d Mon. Oct 


4th Mon. Nov.. 
1st Mon. Oct... 










Texas 








1st Tues. Sept 

4th Thurs. May 


2d Thurs. Oct.. 
1st Mon. Dec. 
3d Tues. Jan . . 
2d Wed. Jan . 










4th Thurs. Oct 








Dist. Columbia 







TERRITORIES. 



Arizona' 

Colorado 

Dakota 

Idaho 

Nebraska. .. . 

Nevada 

New Mexico . 

l T tah 

Washington . 



126,141 

104,500 

148.932 

326,373 

75,995 

81.539 

121 201 

196,382 

69,994 



"34,i97 

4,839 


1st Tues. Oct 










1st Mon. Dec. 




28,836 
6,803 






1st Wed. Sept 


1st Mon. Jan.. . 




93,541 
40,295 
11,548 








2d Mon. Dec. .. 
1st Mon. Dec .. 




2d Mon. July 


. . . annxi. 



22 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. 

The Nineteenth Presidential Teem of four years, since the establishment of the Consti- 
tution, began on the 4th of March, 1861, and will expire on the 4th of March, 1865. ; 



Abraham Lincoln Illinois President 

Hannibal Hamlin Maine Vice-President 



SALARY. 

.$25,000 
. 8,000 



' The Cabinet hold office at the will of the President. 

William H. Seward New York Secretary of State 

Win. Pitt Fessenden Maine Secretary of the Treasury. 

Edwin M. Stanton Perm Secretary of War 

Gideon Welles Conn Secretary of the Navy 

John P. Usher Indiana Secretary of the Interior. . 



Montgomery Blair Maryland 

Edward Bates ' Missouri . 



8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8.000 
8,000 

. Postmaster General 8,000 

. Attorney General 8,000 



THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS— SECOND SESSION. 
THE SENATE. 
(The figures denote the expiration of the terms of the Senators.) 
Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, Vice-President of the United States, and President of the 
Senate. 
Solomon Foot, of Vermont, President pro tempore. 
John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania, Secretary. 
Alabama. 



Arkansas. 

California. 
John Conness, San Francisco, 

James A. McDougall, " '* 

Connecticut. 
James Dixon, Hartlord, 

Lafayette 8. Foster, Norwich, 

Delaware. 
George Read Riddle, Wilmington, 
Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown, 

Florida, 
Georgia. 



1865 
1867 



1865 
1867 



1869 
1867 



1867 



1865 



Illinois. 



W. A. Richarrlson, 
Lyman Trumbull, 



Quincy, 
Alton, 



Indiana. 
Thomas A. Hendricks, Shelbyville, 
Henry S. Lane, Crawsfordsville, 



James W. Grimes, 
James Harlan, 



Iowa. 

Burlington, 
Mt. Pleasant 



Kansas. 



James H. Lane, 
Samuel C. Pomeroy, 



Lawrence, 
Atchison, 



Kentucky. 
Lazarus W. Powell, Henderson, 
Garrett Davis, Paris, 

Louisiana. 



Maine. 
Lot M. Morrill, Augusta, 

William P. Fessenden, Portland, 



1865 
1867 



1865 
1S67 



1865 
1867 



1865 
1867 



1867 

1865 

1867 


Maryland. 
Reverdy Johnson, Baltimore, 
Thomas H. Hicks, Cambridge, 

Massachusetts. 


1869 
1S67 


1865 
1867 


Charles Sumner, Boston, 
Henry Wilson, Natick, 


1869 
1865 


1869 
1867 


Michigan. 
Zachary Chandler, Detroit, 
Jacob M. Howard, Detroit, 


. 1869 
1865 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 



28 



Al< lander Ramsay, Bt Paul, 
M. B. Wilkinson, ' tfankato, 

MiatU 

Mluourt, 

B, Orate Brown, St. Louis, 

J. B. Henderson, Louisiana, 



John P. Hale, 
Daniel Clark, 



Xeic Hampshire. 
^Dover, 
Manchester, 



New Jersey. 
William Wright, Newark, 

John 0. Ten Eyck, Mount Holly, 

Xew York. 
Edwin D. Morgan, New York, 



Ira Hani 6, 



Albany, 
Xorth Carolina. 



Benjamin F. Wade, 
John Sherman, 



Ohio. 

Jefferson, 

Mansfield, 



Oregon. 
Benjamin F. Harding, 

Salem, 



G. W. Nesmith, 



I860 



W,9 
1 366 



1867 
IsC'J 



1867 



lSf.9 
1865 



1807 



1865 
1667 



1S69 
1SG7 



1S65 
1867 



PenniyfaaniaT 
Charles B. Buckalew, Bloomsborg, 

Edgar Cowan, Greensburg, 

Rhode Island. 
William Bpragne, Providence, 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence, 

South Carolina. 

Tennessee. 

Temas. 



Vermont. 
Solomon Foot, Kutland, 

Jacob Collamer, Woodstock, 



John S. Carlile, 



Virginia. 

Clarksburg, 



West Virginia. 
Waitman T. Willey, Morgantown, 
P. G. Van Winkle, Parkersburg, 

Wisconsin. 
James B. Doolittle, Kacine, 
Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay, 



i m 

1867 



1869 
1865 



1865 
1867 



1S69 
1865 



1S69 
1867 



1865 
1865 



Standing Committees of the Senate. 



Foreign Relations. — Messrs. Sumner (chair- 
man), Foster. Doolittle, Harris, Davis, Johnson, 
ami McDongall. 

Finance. — Messrs. Fessenden (chairman), 
Sherman. Howe, Cowan. Clark, Van Winkle, 
and Conness. 

Commerce. — Messrs. Chandler (chairman), 
Morrill. Ten Eyck, Morgan, Sprague, and 
Saulsbury. 

Agriculture. — Messrs. Sherman (chairman), 
Harlan, Wilson, Lane (Kansas), and Powell. 

Military Affairs <n,d the Militia.— Messrs. 
Wilson (chairman), Lane (Indiana), Howard, 
Nesmith, Morgan, Bpragne, and Brown. 

Naval Affairs. — Messrs. Hale (chairman), 
Qrimes. Anthony, Willey*, Ramsay, Harding, 
and Hicks. 

Judiciary. — Messrs. Trumbull (chairman), 
Foster, Ten Eyck, Harris, Howard, Bayard, and 
Powell. 

Post Offices and Post Roads.— Messrs. Col- 
lamer (chairman), Dixon, Kamsay, Henderson, 
Conness, and Buckalew. 

Public Lairds. — Messrs. Harlan (chairman), 
Pomeroy, Foot, Harding,Carlile, Hendricks, and 
Wright. 

Private Land Claims. — Messrs. Harris 
(chairman), Sumner, Howard, Bayard, and 
McDougalL 



Indian Affairs.— Messrs. Doolittle (chair- 
man), Wilkinson, Lane (Kansas), Harlan, 
Nesmith, Brown, and Buckalew. 

Pensions. — Messrs. Foster, (chairman). Lane 
(Indiana), Pomeroy, Van Winkle, Saulsbury, 
and Buckalew. 

Revolutionary Claims. — Messrs. Wilkinson 
(chairman), Chandler, Wilson, Nesmith, and 
Wright. 

Claims. — Messrs. Clark (chairman), Howe, 
Pomeroy, Anthony, Morrill, Hicks, and Hend- 
ricks. 

District of Columbia. — Messrs. Grimes 
(chairman), Dixon, Morrill, Wade, Willey, 
Henderson, and Kichardson. 

Patents and the Patent Office. — Messrs. 
Cowan (chairman), Ten Eyck, Sherman, Earn- 
say, and Saulsbury. 

Public Buildings and Grounds.— Messrs. 
Foot (chairman), Trumbull, Grimes, Hender- 
son, and Hendricks. 

Territories. — Messrs. Wade (chairman), Wil- 
kinson, Hale, Lane (Kansas),.Carlile, Davis, and 
Eichardson. 

To Audit and Control the Contingent ZTsr- 
penses of the Senate. — Messrs. Dixon (chair- 
man), Clark, and Harding. 

Engrossed Bills. — Messrs. Lane (Ind.) (chair- 
man), Sumner, and Willey. 



24 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTER. 




Joint Standing Committees. 




Joint Committee on Printing. 


Joint Committee on the Library. 


On the Part of the Senate. — Messrs. An- 


On the Part of the Senate. — Messrs. Colla- 


thony (chairman), Morgan, and Powell. 


mer (chairman), Fessenden, and Johnson. 


Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills. 






On the Part of the Senate. 


-Messrs. Howe 






(chairman), Cowan, and Hicks. 








HOUSE OF EEPEESENTATIVES. 




Schuyler Colfax, of 


[ndiana, Speaker. 




Edwaed McPheeson 


of Pennsylvania, Clerk. 




Alabama. 




6. Ebenezer Dumont, 


Indianapolis. 
Terre Haute. 
Lafayette. 


Seats vacant. Entitled to six 


members. 


7. Daniel W. Voorhees, 

8. Godiove S. Orth, 


Arkansas. 




9. Schuyler Colfax, 


South Bend. 




10. J. K. Edgerton, 


Fort Wayne. 


Seats vacant. Entitled to three members. 


11. James F. McDowell, 


Marion. 


California. 




Iowa. 




1. Thomas B. Shannon, 


Plumas. 


1. James F. Wilson, 


Fairfield. 


2. William Higbee, 


Calaveras. 


2. Hiram Price, 


Davenport. 


3. Cornelius Cole, 


Santa Cruz. 


3. William B. Allison, 


Dubuque. 






4. J. B. Grinnell, 


Grinnell. 


Connecticut. 




5. John A. Kasson, 


Des Moines. 


1. Henry C. Deming, 


Hartford. 


6. A. W. Hubbard, 


Sioux City. 


2. James E. English,-*"*" 


New Haven. 


Kansas. 




3. Augustus Brandegee, 


New London. 




4. John H. Hubbard, 


Litchfield. 


1. A. Carter Wilder, 


Leavenworth. 


Delaware. 




Kentucky. 




1. Nathaniel B. Smithers, 


Dover. 


1. Lucien Anderson, 


Mayfield. 






2. George H. Yeaman, 


Owensborough. 


Florida. 




3. Henry Grider, 


Bowling Green. 
Greensburg. 
La Grange. 


Seat vacant. Entitled to one 


member. 


4. Aaron Harding, 

5. Robert Mallory, 


Georgia. 




6. Green Clay Smith, 


Covington. 




7. Brutus J. Clay, 


Lexington. 


Seats vacant. Entitled to seven members. 


8. William H. Randall, 


London. 






7. William H. Wadsworth, 


Maysville. 


Illinois. 








1. Isaac N. Arnold, 


Chicago. 


Louisiana. 




2. John F. Farnsworth, 


St. Charles. 


1. 




3. Elihu B. Washburne, 


Galena. 


2. 




4. Charles M. Harris, 


Oqnaka. 


3. 




5. Owen Lovejoy, 


Princeton. 


4. 




6. Jesse 0. Norton, 


Joliet. 


5. 




7. John R. Eden, 


Sullivan. 






8. John T. Stuart, 


Springfield. 


Maine. 




9. Lewis W. Ross, 

10. A. L. Knapp, 

11. J. C. Eobinson, 

12. William E. Morrison, 

13. William J. Allen, 
James C. Allen (at large), 


Canton. 

Jerseyville. 

Marshall. 

Waterloo. 

Marion. . 

Palestine. 


1. L. D. M. Sweat, 

2. Sidney Perham, 

3. James G. Blane, 

4. John H. Rice, 

5. Frederick A. Pike, 


Portland. 

Paris. 

Augusta. 

Foxcroft. 

Calais. 


Indiana. 




1 Maryland. 




1. John Law, 


Evansville. 


1. John A. J. Cresswell, 


Elkton. 


2. James A. Cravens, 


Hardinsburg. 


2. Edwin G. Webster, 


Bel Air. 


3. H. W. Harrington, 


Madison. 


3. Henry Winter Davis, 


Baltimore. 


4. William S. Hohnan, 


Aurora. 


4. Francis Thomas, 


Frankville. 


5. George W. Julian, 


Centre ville. 


[ 5. Benjamin G. Harris, 


Leonardtown. 



HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. 


25 


MUMUlAuMltft 




1\ John A. Grlswotd, 


Troy. 


1. Thomas F. ! 
I ikes Am.-. 
:•>. Alexander 11. I: 


New Bedford. 
North Baaton. 
Boston. 


16. Orlando Kellogg, 
IT. Oalvin T. lluii.urd, 

18. James M. Man in. 

19. Samuel F. Miller, 


Elisabeth town. 

Brasher Falls. 
Saratoga Sp'gs, 

Franklin. 


4. Bamuel Hooper, 
:>. John B. Ulep, 

f». Dmnlel W. <; h. 

7. George 3. BontweO, 
ft John 1). Baldwin. 

9. William B. Washburne, 
lo. H,m\ I.. Daw -, 


Lynn. 

Melrose. 

Groton. 

Worcester. 

Greenfield 

North Adams. 


20. Ambrose W. dark. 

21. Francis EZernan, 

22. De Witt C. I.ittlejohn, 
28. Thomas T. Davis, 

•_'4. Theodore M. I'omeroy, 

'_'.">. Daniel Morris. 

26. Giles W. Hotchklss, 


Watertown. 

Ctiea. 

Oswego. 

Syracuse. 
Auburn. 
Penn Van. 
Blnghamton. 


MirJiiijan. 


" 


27. B. l'». Van Valkenburgh, 


Bath. 




28. Freeman Clarke, 


Rochester. ,.- 


1. Fernando G. B-aman, 


Adrian. 


•JO. Augustus Frank, 


Warsaw. 


■>. Charles Upson, 


Coldwater. 


30. John B. Ganson. 


Buffalo. 


;?. .1. W. Longyear, 


Lansing. 


31. Reuben E. Fenton, 


Frewsburg. 


4, Francis W Feiio^cr. 


Grand Rapids. 






5. angastns C. Baldwin, 


Pontiac 


North Carolina, 


6. John F. Driggs, 


Fast Saginaw. 


Seats vacant. Entitled to 


seven members. 


Minnesota. 








1. "William Win. loin, 


Winona. 


Ohio. 
1. G. H. Pendleton, 


Cincinnati. 


2. Ignatius Donnelly, 


Nininger. 


'.'.. Alexander Long, 




Mississippi. 




3. Robert C. Schenck, 


Dayton. 




4. J. F. McKinney, 


Piqua. 

Celina. 


Seats vacant Entitled to five members. 


5. Frank C. Le Blond, 






6. Chilton A. White, 


Georgetown. 


Missouri. 




7. Samuel S. Cox, 


• Columbus. 


1. Francis P. Blair, Jr., 


St. Louis. 


8. William Johnson, ^ 

9. Warren P. Noble, 


Mansfield. 
Tiffin. 


2. Henry T. Blow, 


Carondelet. 

Irondale. 
Linn Creek. 


10. James M. Ashley, 


Toledo. 


3. John G. Scott, 

4. J. W. McClurg,- 


11. Wells A. Hutchins, 

12. William E. Finck, 


Portsmouth. 
Somerset. 


5. S. If. Boyd, 

6. Austin A. King, 
T. Benjamin Loan, 
ft William A. Hall, 


Springfield. 
R'chmond. 
St. Joseph. 


18. John O'Neill, 

14. George Bliss, 

15. James R. Morris, 


Zanesville. 

Wooster. 

Woodsfield. 


Huntsville. 
Columbia. 


16. Joseph W. White, 


Cambridge. 


9. James S. Rollins, 


17. Ephraim R. Eckley, 


Carrol Iton. 


New Hampshire. 


18. Rufus P. Spaulding, 

19. J. A. Garfield, 


Cleveland. 
Hiram. 


1. Daniel Marc v. 


Portsmouth. 






2. Edward H. Kollins, 


Concord. 


Oregon. 




3. James W. Patterson, 


Hanover. 


1. John R. McBride, 


Lafayette. 


New Jersey. 




Pennsylvan 


ia. 


1. John F. Starr, 

2. George Middleton, 


Camden. 
Allentown. 


1. Samuel J. Randall, 

2. Charles O'Neill, 

3. Leonard Myers, 

4. William D. Kelley, 

5. M. Russell Thayer, 


Philadelphia. 


3. William G. Ste.de, 

4. Andrew J. Rogers, 

5. Nehemiah Perry, 


Somerville. 

Newton. 
Newark. 


1 


New York. 




6. John 1). Stiles, 

7. John M. Broomall, 


Allentown. 
Chester. 


1. Henrv G. Stebbins, 


Staten Island. 


8. Sydenham E. Ancona, 


Reading. 


2. Martin Kalbfleisch, 


Brooklyn. 


9. Thaddeus Stevens, 


Lancaster. 


& Moses F. Odell, 


" 


10. Myer Strouse, 


Pottsville. 


4. Ben. Wood, 


New York. 


11. Philip Johnson, 


Easton. 


5. Fernando Wood, 


M 


12. Charles Denison, 


Wilkesbarre. 


6. Elijah Ward, 


" 


13. IL W. Tracy, 


Standing Stono. 


1. J. W. Chanler, 


" 


14. William H. Miller, 


Harrisburg. 


8. ames Brooks, 


" 


15. Joseph Bailey, 


Newj)ort. 


9. Anson Herrick, 


" 


16. A H. Coftroth, 


Somerset. 


11). Win. Radford, 


Yonkers. 


17. Archibald McAllister, 


Sp'gf 'd Furnace 


11. Charles H. Winfield, 


Goshen. 


IS. James T. Hale, 


Bellefonte. 


12. Homer A. NelsoD, 


Poughkeepsie. 


19. Glenni W. Scofield, 


Warren. 


13. John B. Steele, 


Kingston. 


20. Amos Myers, 


Clarion. 


14. John V. L. Pruyn, 


Albany, 


21. John L. Dawson, 


Brownsville. 



26 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



22. J. K. Moorhead, 

23. Thomas Williams, 
23. Jesse Lazear, 



Pittsburg. 
Pittsburg. 
Waynesburg. 



Rhode Island. 



1. Thomas A. Jenckes, 

2. Nathan F. Dixon, 



Providence. 
"Westerly. 



South Carolina. 
Seats vacant. Entitled to four members. 

Tennessee. 
Seats vacant. Entitled to eight members. 

Texas. 
Seats vacant. Entitled to four members. 

Vermont. 
1. Fred. E. Woodbridge, Vergennes. 



2. Justin S. Morrill, 

3. Portus Baxter, 

Virginia. 

1. Joseph Segar, 

2. L. H. Chandler, 

3. B. M. Kitchen, 

West Virginia. 

1. Jacob B. Blair, 

2. William G. Brown, 

3. Kellian V. Whaley, 

Wisconsin. 



Strafford. 
Derby Line. 



Norfolk. 
Fort'ss Monroe. 
Martinsburg. 



Parkersburg. 
Kingwood. 
Point Pleasant. 



1. James S. Brown, 

2. Ithamar C. Sloan, 

3. Amasa Cobb, 

4. Charles A. Eldridge, 

5. Ezra Wheeler, 

6. Walter D. Mclndoe, 



Milwaukie. 
Janesville. 
Mineral Point. 
Fond du Lac. 
Berlin. 
Warsaw. 



New Mexico. 
Francisco Perea., Santa F6. 

Utah. 
John F. Kinny,' Salt Lake City 

Washington. 
Geo. E. Cole, Walla Walla. 

Nebraska. 
S. G. Daily, Peru. 



Delegates. 

Colorado. 
Hiram P. Bennett, Denver. 

Nevada. 
Gordon N. Mott, Carson City. 

Dakota. 



Idaho. 
W. H. Wallace, Lewiston. 



Standing Committees of the House of Representatives. 



Committee of Elections. — Messrs. Dawes 
(chairman), Voorhees, Baxter, Smith, Ganson, 
Scofield, Smithers, "Upson, and Brown (Wis- 
consin), 

Committee of Ways and Means. — Messrs. 
Stevens (chairman), Morrill, Pendleton, Fenton, 
Hooper, Mallory, Blow, Kasson, and Stebbins. 

Committee of Claims. — Messrs. Hale (chair- 
man), Holman, Webster, Ashley, (Wm. J.) Al- 
len, Hotchkiss, Brown (West Ya.), Pruyn, and 
Long. 

Committee on Commerce.- -Messrs. Washburn e 
(111.) (chairman), Eliot, Ward, Dixon, Creswell, 
Perry, ONeill (Ptnn.) Longyear, and Hutchins. 

Committee on Public Lands. — Messrs. Julian 
(chairman), English, Higby, Allison, Wads- 
worth, Sloan, (Fernando) Wood, Driggs, and 
Miller (New York). 

Committee on the Post Office and Post 
Roads. — Messrs. Alley (chairman), Norton, 
Harding, Donnelly, Blaine, Brooks, Cole, Grin- 
nell, and Finck. 

Committee for the District of Columbia. — 
Messrs. Lovejoy (chairman), Dumont, Steele, 
(Anderson, Patterson, Morris (Ohio), Davis 
New York), Tracy, and Wheeler. 

Committee on the Judiciary. — Messrs. Wil- 



son (chairman) Bontwell, Kernan, Thomas, 
Williams, King, Woodbridge, Morris (New 
York), and Bliss. 

Committee on Revolutionary Claims. — 
Messrs. Price (chairman), Stiles, Norton, Kalb- 
fleisch, Ames, Eluridge, Dumont, Johnson 
(Ohio), and Scott. 

Committee on Public Expenditures. — 
Messrs. Hulburd (chairman), Brooinall, Le 
Blond, Julian, Lazear, Blair, Rollins, Rogers, 
and Harris (111.) - 

Committee on Private Land, Claims. — 
Messrs. Thayer (chairman), Hotchkiss, Knapp, 
Gooch, O'Neill (OhioX Windfield, Eckley, Sweat, 
and Harrington. 

Committee on Manufactures. — Messrs. Moor- 
head (chaiiman), Kellogg (New York), Ancona, 
Arnold, Clarke (New York). (Chilton A.) White, 
Ames, Starr, and Harris (Maryland). 

Committee on Agriculture. — Messrs. Clay 
(chairman), Whaley, Bailey, Hulburd, juaw, 
Kelley, Perham, Baldwin, and Middleton. 

Committee an Indian Affairs. — Messrs. 
Windom (chairman), Mclndoe, (James C.) 
Allen, McBride, Wilder, Nelson, Boyd, Shannon, 
and Denison. 

Committee on Military Affairs. — Messrs. 



MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



21 



k (chairman), Farnsworth, Teaman, 
Garfield, Loan, OdelL, Demlog. Kellogg (Mich.), 

and M<- UliBtT. 

..nit,, on the MiUtin.— M«->.-rs. Van 
Valkcnburgb (chairman), Smith (Ky.V Anmna. 
Kellogg (New York), Morrison, 
Blaine, Cobb, and McKinnev. 

Com •// AjFtiir*.— Messrs. Rice 

[Mass.) (chairman), Moorliead, Grtowbld, Pike, 
KelUv. Rollins, Bpaaldlng, Brandegee, and 
Edeerton. 

Comtnittei on Foreign 4ffa4r*.—MeBBn, 
Davie (Md.) (chairman^ Qooeb, Cox, Pomeroy, 
Ortb, Randall (Ky.), Dawson, Hubbard, and 
Stuart. 

r,,i,n,iittfe on the Territories. — Messrs. Ash 
ley (chairman), Beaman, ("ravins. Lovejoy, Rice 
(Maine), Grider, Marvin, McClurg, anu Johnson 
(Pa.) 

Committee on Revolutionary Pensions. — 
Messrs. Littlejobn (chairman). Law, Mclndoe, 
Herrick, Spaulding, Eden, Clay, Marcy, and 
Cotlroth. 

Committee on Invalid Pennons. — Messrs. 
Whnley (chairman), (Benjamin) Wood. Perham, 
McDowell, Wasbhurne '(Mass.), Miller (Pa.) 
Clarke iNew York). Ross, and Creswell. 

Committee on Roads and Canals. — Messrs. 
Arnold (chairman). LitUejohn, Hall, Beaman, 
Waahbnrne (Mass.), Ward. Eokley, Allison and 
Btroaee. 

Committee on Patent-'). — Messrs. Jenckee 
(chairman), Myers (Pa.), Noble, Hubbard, and 
(.'hauler 

Committee on Public Buildings and 
ffrounds. — Missis. Rice (Maine,) (chairman), 
Blair, Randall (Pa.), Starr, and Radford. 

Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Bus- 



iness.— Messrs. Boyd, (chairman), Nelson. 
McKonney, Upson, and Allen (111.) 
Committee on MUeage.--M.eeen. Robinson 

(chairman). Frank. Myere (Ph.), (Benjamin) 
Wood, and White (Ohio). 

Committee on Account*.— Messrs. Rollins 
(chairman). Broomall, Steele, Clarke (New 
York), an. I Eden. 

Committee on Expenditures in the, State 
Department— 'Messrs. Pike (chairman), Robin- 
Son, Yan Yalkenbiirtrh. Stiles, and English. 

Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury 
Department.— -Messrs. M vers (Pa.) (chairman). 
Kalbtlcisch. White (Ohi..).' Eliot, and Patterson. 

Committee on Expenditure* in the. War 
Department— Messrs. Deming (chairman). 
Steele Harris (111.). Sloan, and Scofield. 

Committee on Expenditure* in the Nary 
Department—Messrs. Baxter (chairman), Hig- 
by, Merrick. Marcy. and Tracy. 

Committee on Expenditures in the Post 
Office Department. — Messrs. Pomeroy (chair- 
man). White (Ohio), Myers (Pa.), Hall and 
Hubbard. 

Committee on Expenditures in the Interior 
Department. — Messrs. Shannon (chairman), 
Middkton. Cotlroth, Donnelly, and Baldwin. 

Committee on the Expenditures on the Pub- 
lic Buildings. — Messrs. Longyear (chairman), 
Lazear, Baldwin, Johnson (Ohio), and Brande- 
gee. 

Joint Committee on the Library. — Messrs. 
Frank (chairman), Washburne (III.), and Wads- 
worth. 

Joint Committee on Printing. — Messrs. 
Clarke (N. Y.) (chairman), Baily, and Baldwin. 

Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills. — Messrs. 
Cobb (chairman), and Steele. 



MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary. 

When 
Country. Capital. Ministers. Salary. App'd. 

Austria Vienna J. Lothrop Motlev, Mass $12,000 1861 

Brazil Rio Janeiro James Watson Webb, N. Y. . 12,000 1861 

Chill Santiago Thomas H. Nelson, Ind 10.000 1861 

China Pekin Anson Burlineame, Mass 12,000 1861 

France Paris William L. Dayton, N. J 17.500 1861 

Great Britain London Charles Francis Adams.Mass. 1T,500 1861 

Italy iTurin George P. Marsh, Vt. 12,000 1861 

Mexico Mexico Thomas Corwin; Ohio 12,000 1861 

Pert Lima Christopher Robinson, R. I.. 10,000 1S61 

Prussia Berlin Norman B. Judd. Ill 12.000 1S61 

Russia St. Petersburg ..Cassias M. Clay, Ky 12,000 1862 

Spain Madrid Gustav Kcerner, 111 12,000 1862 



Ministers Resident. 
Argentine Confederation Parana Robert C. Kirk. Ohio 7.500. 



Belgium Brussels Henry S. Sandford, Conn... 

Bolivia La Paz Allen A. Hall, Tenn 

Costa Kica San Jose Charles N. Riotte, Texas . . 

Denmark Copenhagen Bradford R. Wood. N. Y... 

Ecuador Quito Frederick Hassaurek, Ohio. 

Guatemala Guatemala William Kellogg, 111 



.1S63 
.1861 
.1863 
.1S61 
.1861 
.1861 
.1864 
.1863 



28 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



"When 

Country. Capital. Ministers. Salary. App'd. 

Honduras Comayagua Thomas H. Clay, Ky $7,500 1863 

Japan Yedo Eobert H. Pruyn, N. Y 7,500 1861 

Netherlands Hague James S. Pike, Maine 7,500 1861 

New Grenada Bogota Allan A. Burton, Ky 7,500 1861 

Nicaragua Nicaragua ..Andrew B. Dickinson, N. Y. 7,500 1863 

Paraguay Asunci on Charles A. Washburn e, Cal . . 7,500 1861 

Portugal ..Lisbon James E. Harvey, Pa 7,500 1861 

Rome Rome Rufus Kins:. Wis 7,500 1863 

Sweden and Norway Stockholm Jacob S. Haldeman, Pa 7.500 1861 

Switzerland Berne George G. Fog*, N. H 7,500 1861 

Turkey Constantinople . . Edward Joy Morris, Pa 7.500 1861 

Venezuela Caraccas Erastus D. Culver, N. Y 7,500 1862 

Commissioners. 

Hayti Port-au-Prince. .Benjamin F. Whidden, N. H. 7,500 1862 

Liberia .Monrovia Abraham Hanson, Wis 4,000 



CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES, RESIDING IN 
FOREIGN PORTS ON THE PACIFIC OCEAN. 

Port. Consul or Agent. Salary. 

Acapulco, Mexico Lewis S. Ely, Cal., Consul $2,000 

Amoor River, Russia Perry Mcl>. Collins, Cal., Com. Agent 1,500 

Amoy, China Arthur B. Bradford, Penn., Consul 3,000 

Apia, Navigator's Islands , Edw. W. Gardner, Com. Agent 1,000 

Bangkok, Siam Aaron J. Westervelt, New" York, Consul Fees. 

Bay of Islands, N. Z George H. Leavenworth, New York, Consul. . . 1,000 

Bombay, East Indies George A. Kittredge, Mass., Vice-Consul Fees. 

Bruni, Borneo Anson Francis, Consul Fees. 

Calcutta, East Indies Nathaniel P. Jacobs, Mich., Consul-General 5,000 

Callao, Peru John E. Lovejoy, Iowa, Consul 3.500 

Canton, China Oliver H. PerYy, New York, Consul 4,000 

Ceylon, East Indies John Black, Ceylon, Com. Agent Fees. 

Coquimbo, Chili Charles C. Greene, R. I., Consul Fees. 

Foo Choo, China Wm. H. Carpenter, New York, Consul 3,500 

Guaymas, Mexico Edward Connor, Cal., Consul 1,500 

Hakodadi, Japan E. E. Rice, Maine, Com. Agent Fees. 

Hankow, China William Breck, Mass., Consul Fees. 

Hilo, Hawaiian Islands Thomas Spencer, Consul Fees. 

Uobart Town, Tasmania Duncan McPherson, Vice-Consul Fees. 

Hong Kong, China . . . ^ Horace N. Congar, N. J., Consul 3,500 

Honolulu. H. I ; Alfied Caldwell, Vir., Consul 4,000 

Kanagawa, Japan George S. Fisher, Cal., Consul '.' 3,000 

Lahaina, H. I Elias" Perkins, Conn., Consul 3,000 

Lanthala, Fiji Islands Edwin F. Bunnell, Cal., Com. Agent. 1,000 

La Paz, Mexico '. F. B. Elmer, Mo., Consul 1.500 

Manila, E. I . . . Charles Griswolri, N. Y., Consul Fees. 

Manzanillo. Mexico Wm. H. Blake, Dist. Col., Consul 1,500 

Mazatlan, Mexico Richard L. Robertson, Cal., Consul Fees, 

Melbourne, Australia WRliam Blancbard, Dist. Col., Consul. 4,000 

Nagasaki, Japan .....! John G. Walsh, \ ice-Consul.. 3,000 

Ningpo, China Willie P. Mangum, Jr.. N. C, Consul 3,000 

Panama, Isthmus Alexander R. McKee, Ky., Consul 3,500 

San Bias, Mexico , , Fees 

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua B. L. Hill, Mich., Consul 2,000 

Shanghai, China ." Q eorge F. Seward, N. Y., Consul-General 4,000 

Singapore, E. I C. C. Sholes, Wis., Consul 2,500 

Swato-.v, China J. C. A. Wingate, N. H., Consul 3,500 

Sydney, Australia Edward Leavenworth, N. Y., Consul Fees. 

Tahiti, Society Islands Joseph Vandor, Wis., Consul 1,000 

Tehuantepec, Mexico Bushrod Lott, Penn., Consul 1,500 

Valparaiso, Chili Benj. F. Hall, N. Y, Consul. . . . , . 3,000 

Victoria, V. I Allen Francis, 111., Consul Fees. 



w.\i: DEPARTMENT. 29 



READS- OF war DEPARTMENT* 

Salary. 

Briir.-c.cn. 1 orenzo Thomas, of Del Adjutuiii -General $3,594 

CoL DoIob B. Sackett, of N.*Y Inspector-General. 2,682 

Col. Joseph Holt, of Ky Fudge-Advocate-General 8,682 

Brig.-Gen Montgomery C. Meigs, of Penn Quartermaster-General 8,694 

Brl. Gen. Jos< i b <•• Totten, ol Conn ( Met of Kngtneere 8,594 

CoL .lam. -s B. Fry, of III Provost-Marshal-General 

Brlg.-Gen. w m. A. Hammond, Of Md Burgeon-General 3,594 

Brig. -Gen. George 1). Kamsay, of I). C Chief of Ordnance 8,594 

Col. Timothy P. Andrews; of i>.c Paymaster-General 2,740 

Brig. -Gen. Joseph P. Taylor, of Ky Ooininissary-Generul 2,532 



GENEKAL OFFICERS— REGULAR SERVICE. 

Commissioned. 

Ulysses 8. Grant, of 111 Lieut-General 1864 

Geo. 1 J. MoClellan, of Ohio Maj.-General .May 14, 1861 

.lohn C. Fremont, of Cal Maj. -General " " 

Henry W. Halleck, of Cal Maj.-General Atig. 19, " 

Irvin" McDowell, of Ohio Brig.-General May 14, " 

"Win. S. Bosecrans, of Ohio Brig.-General May 16, " 

Philip St. G. Cooke, of Va Brig.-General Nov. 12, " 

John Pope, of 111 Brig.-General July 14, 1862 

Joseph Hooker, of Cal Brig.-General Julv 4, " 

Quincy A. Gillmore, of Ohio • Brig.-General April 11, 1863 

George G. Mead.-, of 1>. C Brig.-Genreal Inly 3, " 

W" in. T, Sherman, of Ohio Brig,-General July 4, " 

J as. B. McPherson, of E. I Brig.-General Aug. 1, " 

Geo. 11. Thomas, of Ya Brig.-General ....... .Oct. 27, " 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PACIFIC— Department Staff. 
[Corrected at Head- quarters for Bancroft's Pacific Almanac, July, 1864.] 
Name. Rank. Corps. Station. Remarks. 

Irvin McDowell Maj. Gen 1 !.. .U. S. Vol S. Francisco Com'g Dept. 

J. I). W. Cutting Captain Aide- de-Camp S. Francisco 

Franklin Haven Captain Aide-de-Camp S. Francisco 

Richard C. Drum Lie,ut. Col.. Adjt.-Gen S. Francisco A. -A. -Gen. 

E. Sparrow Purdy Captain Ad'jt -Gen S. Francisco A.-A.-Gen. 

Ralph W. Kirkham Major Qr.-Master S. Francisco Chief Qr. M. 

James T. Hoyt Captain.. ..Qr.-Master S. Francisco Vols. 

W. B. Hughes Captain Qr.-Master S. Francisco Vols. 

Win. F. Swasey Captain Qr.-Master Vol... .Benicia Q. M. Dept. 

T. C. Sullivan Captain Suhsistence S. Francisco Chief Com y. 

P. G. S. Ten Broek Surgeon Medical S. Francisco « M. Director. 

A bel F. Mechem A sst. Surg . . Medical S. Francisco A. Surgeon. 

Hiram Leonard Lieut. Cof... Pay Dept... S. Francisco D. P. Gen. 

Cary II. Fry Major Pay Dept. S. Francisco 

Samuel Woods Major Pay Dept S. Francisco 

Charles J. Sprague Major Pay Dept. Vol 8. Francisco 

Ellery W. Eddy Major Pay Dept. Vol S. Francisco 

Hiram C. Bull Major Pay Dept. Vol. . . .S. Francisco 

KohertS. Williamson.. .Captain Top. Engineers. . .S. Francisco [Arsenal. 

Julian McAllister Captain Ordnance". Benicia „ In charge of 

William Seawell Colonel U. S. A S. Francisco Supt. MitBterg 

Attached. • [VoL 

James Van Voast Captain; 9th IT. S. Inf S. Francisco P. Marshal. 

A. W. Bowman Major .". 9th U. S. Inf. S. Francisco Inspector Gen. 

DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. 

George Wright Brig. -Gen 1 !.. U. S. Vol S. Francisco ». Com 1 g. Dist. 



30 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



district of oregon. 

Name. Bank. Corps. Station. 

Benjamin Alvord , m Brig. GenL.U. S. Vol Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 

Thomas M. Winstow Major Pay Dept Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 

Simeon Francis Major Pay Dept . ..Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 

Charles Hopkins Captain Qr.-Master Dept. . Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 

John N. King Captain. ...Subsistence Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 

George Marston Major Pay Dept. .. . , 

Attached. 
John W. Hopkins First Lieut . Or. Cav. Vol . . 



Remarks. 
.Corn'g. Dist. 



Ft. W. Walla, W. T Ad. Paym'r. 



,.Ft. Vancouv. W. T. 



A. A. A. Gen. 



DISTRICT OF UTAH. 

Patrick E. Conner Brig. Gen 1 !..!!. S. Vols Gt. S. Lake City Com'g. Dist. 

Chas. H. Hempstead. . . . Captain Subsistence Gt. S. Lake City i .. 

Capt. Vols. .Qr.-Master Gt. S. Lake City 

Attached. 

M. G. Lewis Captain 3d Inf. C. V.; Gt. S. Lake City A A. A.-Gen. 

James Finnerty Sec. Lieut. . .3d Inf. C. V Gt. S. Lake City Aide. 

Military Posts and Camps, 
district of california. 



Station. Commanding Officer. 

Presidio, San Fran. .. .Lt. -Col. C. C. Sibley. 

Fort Point Captain J. Stewart. 

Alcatraz Island Captain W. A. Winder. 

Benicia Barracks Lt.-Col. Hooker. 

Benicia Arsenal Lt.- Col. Wainwright. 

Fort Crook Captain H. B. Mellen. 

Camp Union ' Major E. McGarry. 

Fort Miller Lt.-Col. Ja's. N. Olney. 

Camp Reynolds, A. I.. Captain G. E. Andrews 

Ft. Humboldt Captain K. E. Theller. 

Ft. Gaston Major W. S. E. Taylor. 

Ft. Bragg Captain W. E. Hul 1. 



Station. Commanding Officer. 

Ft. Baker Captain C. W. Long. 

Ft. Wright Captain C. D. Douglas. 

Camp Lincoln Captain M O'Brien. 

Camp Drum Lt. Col. Jas. F. Curtis. 

Ft. Yuma. Captain E. W. Hillyer. 

San Diego Captain A. S. Grant. 

Fort Tejou Capt. John C.Schmidt. 

Cp. Babbitt, Visalia Captain Ropes. 

C.Morris,S.Bernardino.Captain E. S. Johnson. 

Ft. Mojave Cap tain Chas. Atchison. 

Ft. Klamath, Oregon... Lt.-Col. C. S. Drew. 



DISTRICT OF OREGON. 



Vancouv. Arsen'l, W.T.Mil. S. K. Eckerson. 
Ft. Vancouver, W. T. .Captain Owens. 

Fi. Colville, W. T Major C. M. Eumrill. 

Ft. Steilacoom, W. T..Lt. Col. T. C. English. 
Ft. Walla Walla, W. T.Lt.-Col. English. 
Ft. Lapwai, W. T Major S. Truax. 



Cp. Pickett, W. T Captain L. Bissell 

Ct. Dalles, Oregon Captain W. V. Spencer. 

Ct. Hoskins, Oregon. .Captain L. S. Scott. 
Ct. Yamhill, Oregon... 2d. Lieut. J. Davison. 
Cp. Boisie, Idaho. Ter. .Col. Maury. 



district of utah. 
Station. 

Camp Douglas, IT. T 

Fort Bridger, U. T.; 

Fort Ruby, Nevada Territory Lieut.-Col. J. B. Moore, 

Fort Churchill, Nevada Territory Major C. McDermit. 

Camp Conner, Idaho Territory Captain D. Black. 



Commanding Officer. 
Colonel R. Pollock. 
Captain George F. Price. 



CHIEFS OF NAVAL BUREAUS. 



Rear Admiral Joseph Smith, of Mass Yards and Docks 

Equipment and Recruiting. 

Rear Admiral Charles Henry Davis, of Mass Navigation 

( ommander Henry A. Wise, of Penn Ordnance 

John Lenthall, of Penn Construction and Repair. . . 

Benjamin F. Isherwood, of New York Steam Engineering. 



Salary. 

. . . $3,500 
.... 3,500 
... 3,500 
... 3,500 
.... 3,500 
... 3,500 



Horatio Bridge, of Maine Provisions and Clothing 3,500 

William Whelan, or Penn Medicine and Surgery. . 3,500 

Capt. James M. Gilliss, of Mass Supt. Naval Observatory 

Commodore George S. Blake Supt. Naval Academy 



REAR ADMIRALS. U. S. SUPREME COURT. 



31 



REAR ADMIRALS. 



Active List. 

David ft, F:irr:t^'iit Trim. 

Louis M. Go] la toroogb Dist. Col. 

Samuel F. Dapont Delaware. 

i lharles Elenrj I (avla Mass. 

John A. Dahlgren Perm. 

1). D Porter 

Retired List. 

Charlea Stewart Penn. 

Win. B, Shnbrick 8.0. 

Joseph Smith Mass. 

George W. Storer Maine. 



Retired List— Continued. 

Francis K. Gregory Conn. 

silas II. Btringham New York. 

Samuel L. Breese New York. 

Hiram Paulding New York. 

Actino Rear Admirals. 

Charles Wilkes New York. 

Theodore Bailey New York. 

Charles H. Bell New York. 

Samuel P. Lee 

James L. Lardner 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Justices. 



Whence 
Appointed. 



When 
Residence. Appointed. 

Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice Maryland. Baltimore 1836. 

■Tames M Wayne, Associate Georgia Savannah. 1885 

Juh i) Catron, Associate Tennessee Nashville 1837 

Samuel NaUon. Associate New York Cooperstown 1845 ... 

Robert 0. Crier, Associate Pennsylvania Philadelphia 1846 

Nathan Clifford, Associate Maine Portland 185S 

Samuel F. Miller, Associate Iowa Keokuk.. 1862 

David Davis, Associate Illinois Bloomington 1862 

Noah II. Swayne, Associate OTiio Columbus 1S63 



Salary. 
...$6,500 
... 6.000 
... 6,000 
... 6,000 
... 6,01 »0 
... 6,000 
... 6,000 
... 6,000 
... 6,000 



Stephen J. Field, Associate California San Francisco 1863 6,000 



D. W. Middleton. Clerk. ... 
Jeremiah S. Black, Reporter 



Dist. Columbia. . ..Washington 1863 Fees 

Pennsylvania Washington 1863 1,300 

Court meets first Monday in December, at Washington. 



Tenth United States Circuit. 



Stephen J. Field. Presiding Judge 

Ogden Hoffman. District Judge. . 

Fletcher M. Haight District Judge. . 

Mathe w P. Deady. District Judge. . 



. Northern District of Cal. 
. Southern District of Cal. 
.Oregon. 



..*! FEDERAL OFFICERS ON THE PACIFIC COAST. 

Thomas Brown Special Agent San Francisco 

Robert B. Swain Superintendent of the Mint San Francisco $4,500 

D. W. Cheesman Assistant Treasurer San Francisco 4,500 

R. H. Waller. Pension Agent San Francisco 

Charles James Collector. San Francisco 6,400 

Win. Tichenor Collector Port Orford 2.000 

K. P. Drew Collector Umpqua 2,000 

W. L. Adams Collector Astoria 3,000 

Le wis C. Gunn Collector. Port Aneelos 2.500 

Willard B. Farwell Naval Officer San Francisco 4,500 

John T. McLean Surveyor San Francisco 4,000 

Thomas O. Selfridge Commandant Navy Yard Mare Island 3,700 

Richard Chevery Navy Agent San Francisco 4,000 

Lauren Upson,- Surveyor General San Francisco 4,500 

Byron J. pengra Surveyor General Eugene City , ..2.500 

Anson G. Henry Surveyor General Olympia 2,500 

Elijah Steele. Indian Superintendent Yreka 3,000 

J. P. II. Wentworth Indian Superintendent San Francisco 3,000 

J. W. F. Huntington • • • • -Indian Superintendent Portland 2,500 

Indian Superintendent Olympia 2,500 



Calvin H. Hale. 



32 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



LAND DISTRICTS. 
Land Districts of California. 



Salary. 



John M. Eddy Register No. 1 Humboldt $500 and fees. 

William H. Pratt Eeceiver No. ^ Humboldt 500 and fees. 

A. J. Snyder Register No. 2 Marysville, 500 and fees. 

Charles G-. Bockius Receiver No. 2 Marysville 500 and fees. 

James M. Rosse Eegister TV' o. 3 San "Francisco 500 and fees. 

Ealph S. Dorr Receiver No. 3 San Francisco. 500 and fees. 

S. T. Nye Register No. 4 Stockton 500 and fees. 

George C. Havens Receiver. No. 4 Stockton 500 and fees. 

Henry W. Briggs Eegister No. 5 Visalia 500 and fee.s 

George M. Gerrish Receiver No. 5.. Visalia 500 and fees. 

Antonio M. Pico Eegister No. 6 Los Angeles. 500 and fees. 

Lewis Sperry Eeceiver No. 6 Los Angeles 500 and fees. 

Land Districts of Oregon. 

W. A. Starkweather Eegister. No. 1 Oregon City 500 and fees. 

W. T. Matlock Eeceiver No. 1 Oregon City 500 and fees. 

John Kelly . .Register No. 2 Eoseburg 500 and fees. 

A. R. Flint Receiver No. 2 Roseburg 500 and fees. 

Land Districts of "Washington Territory. 

Arthur A. Denny .. Register... No. 1 Olympia 500 and fees. 

Joseph Cushman ..Receiver No. 1.. ..Olympia 500 and fees. 

J. M. Fletcher Register. . . . „ .No. 2. . . . .^Vancouver 500 and fees: 

Samuel W. Brown, Eeceiver. .... .No. 2 "Vancouver 500 and fees. 

Land Districts of Nevada Territory. 

Clement T. Rice Register Carson City $3,000 

Chauncey N. Noteware Receiver. Carson City 8,000 



POST-OFFICES IN THE PACIFIC STATES. 
[The names in small capitals are County seats.] 
California. 
Post-Office. County. Postmaster. 

Alameda Alameda Arthur S. Barber. 

Alamo Contra Costa Simon Wolf. 

Albany Napa 

Albion Mendocino L. E. White. 

Alleghany Sierra Martin Y. Clute. 

Alpha Nevada J. A. Williams. 

Alvarado Alameda A.J. Lowell. 

Alviso Santa Clara John Berry. 

Amador City ... Amador Samuel Scott. 

American Eanch Shasta 

Anaheim Los Ansceles John Fischer. 

Anderson Mendocino Charles Wintzer. 

Angel's Camp Calaveras George Stickles. 

Antelope Yolo 

Anthony House Nevada '. 

A ntioch Contra Costa Eussell Eddy. 

Areata Humboldt John A. Whaley. 

Auburn : Placer Albert N. Gambell. 

Bangor Butte Andrew Kitchen. 

Bank Mills Santa Clara Casey Newhouse. 

Bath Placer ..Sam'l B. Burt. 

Bear Valley Mariposa J. S. Bates. 



POST OFFICES — CALIFORNIA. 33 


Belmont 

Benlcia 


COI'MV. 

Sal) Mateo 

Solano 


I'.'-l MASTER. 

. K. Waltemiire. 
.John W. Jones. 


Bid well's Bar 

Big Bar 

Big Oak Flat 

Bloomfleld 

Bine Mountain 

Bodega 


Butte 


.George Fitzgerald, 


Tuolumne 


.N.T. Cody. 
.Charles K. Arthur. 
.John Heckerdorn. 
.Jos. H. P. Morris. 
.Henry Claver. 

.A. B. Webster. 














Brooklyn 




Brow n'> Valley 








.William Wagner. 
P. Gregory Tuohy. 
.Koberr W. Durham. 
.Robert White. 


Buckeye 

Buck's Kanch 

Burnett 

Bui wood 

Butte Mills 

Butte Valley 

Cache Creek 

Cahto 

Callahan's Kanch 


Plumas 

San Joaquin 

Butte 

Yolo 

Mendocino 




.James B. Yeeder. 
.N. T. Eoot. 
.A. C. Bearss. 

.Daniel Woodford. 
. P. K. O'Farrell. 
.6. M. Kutz. 

..Edward A. Pierson. 
. .John Bidwell. 
H. A. Hodgdon. 

.Sylvester Hull. 

. .David Cummins. 

..Samuel L. Harrows. 
..E..H. Pratt. 
..W. Woriner. 

.Samuel C. Dean. 
.G. AY. Miller. 
.S. F. Childs. 

.D. S. Turner. 

.Jacob M. Pike. 
.Wm. D. Wilson. 

.Henry Johnson. 

.11. W. Harris. 
.8. K. Nurse. 
.W. S. Day. 
.Parker H. Henry. 
.John Green. 
Edward A. Kelton. 


Caivys Mills 

Central House 

Centreville 

Charleston 

Cherokee 




Alameda 

.. Yolo 


Butte 


Chili 




Chinese Camp 

Churntown 

Clarville 

Clarksville 

Clay's Bar 

Clayton 

Clipper Mills 

Cloverdale 

Cocumungo 




El Dorado 


Butte 

Sonoma 


Collinsville 

Coloma. 


El Dorado 


Columbia 

I.OLl'SA 

Copperopolis 


Tuolumne 

Calaveras 


Cottage Grove 


Klamath 

Del Norte 


Damascus 

Danville 








El Dorado 


Dun Pedro's Bar 

Dougerty Station 


Alameda. 

Trinity 


DOWNIEVILLE 






.Thomas Beacon. 
.C. B. Plummet 

. Robert Steere. 


Duncan's Mills ... 


Sonoma 


Dutch Flat 

Eel River 


Placer 







2* 



34 


PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTER. 


Post-Office. 
Elk Grove 


County. 


Postmaster. 
Charles H. Watt. 


Elliott 

El Monte 

"Umpire Ranch 

Etna Mills 

Eureka 

Fairplay 

Farmiugton 

Ferndalc 

Ferry Point 






Los Angeles 

Yuba 

Siskiyou .-. 

Humboldt 

El Dorado 

San Joaquin 

Humboldt 

Del Norte 


Ira Thompson. 

Thomas Mooney. 

W. R. Price. 

Wm. Y. Young. 

Peter F. Covert. 

Lafayette J. Morrow. 

S. Louis Shaw. 

John Titus. 

D. Townsend. 

A. J. Fisk. 

Wm. W. Dresser. 

L. P. Smith. 

R S Weston 






Fisherman's Bay . . . 
Folsom 


Sonoma 

Sacramento 

Butte 


Forest City 

Forest Hill 




Placer 


Russell Parkhurst. 

George W. Packard. 


Forks of Salmon. . . . 

Fort Jones 

Foster's Bar 

Fourth Crossing. . . . 

Franklin . ." 

French Corral 

French Gulch 

Garrote 




.Yuba 


Adam B. Oarlock. 

A. J. Batcheldor. 

William Reddick. 


Sacramento 

Nevada 

Shasta 

Tuolumne 

El Dorado 


Herman Schultius. 

Lovell White. 

William Krappe. 

James Tannahill. 

E. B. Smith. 

LP. Wharton. 

Stephen A. Pomeroy. 

....'....'..".. . 0. W. Hollenbeck. 

John Sharp. 

W. G. Seely. 


Gibson ville 

Gilroy ... 

Globe Ranch...: 

Gold Run 

Goodyear's Bar 

Grafton, 

G^and Island 

Grass Valley 

Green Springs 

Greenwood 

Grizzly Bear House. 


Sierra 

Santa Clara 

Placer 

Yolo 


Nevada 


Martin S. Norton. 


El Dorado 

Placer 


Joseph J. Moore. 

E. D. C. Foskett. 

I. 0. Forbes. 


Grove City 

Giialala 

Half Moon Bay 

Hamilton 

Happy Camp 

Hay Fork. 

Hay ward's 

Healdsburg 

Henley..: ... 

Hermitage 






San Mateo 

Butte 


H. C.Bidwell. 


Del Norte 

Trinity 

Alameda 


Peter H. Peveler. 

B. M. George. i 

Wm. Hay ward. 


Siskiyou 

Mendocino 


A. Hascrick. 

James W. Stewart. 

S. B. Segur. 

William Dormody. 

.............. W. Lake. 

E. G. Hall. 

John Roberts. 


Hitchcock's Ranch. . . 

Honcut 

Hoopa Valley 

Hornitos 

Ho it's Ranch. 

Horse town 

Hydesville 

Iliinoistown 

Indian Diggings 

Indian Gulch. I 

Indian Springs 

Inskip 

lone Valley 

Iowa Hill 

Jacinto 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Jamestown 


El Dorado 

Klamath 

Mariposa 

Stanislaus 


Humboldt 


Elias Smith. 

B. Brickell. 


El Dorado 

Nevada 

Butte 


Thomas Fraser, 

Julien Pointel. 

H. L Hatch. 






Placer 




Colusa 

Amador 

Tuolumne 

Tuolumne 


Stephen Smith. 

George Freeman. 

George B. Keves. 

B. F: But.erfield. 

J. G. Pollard. 







POST-OFFICES CALIFORNIA. 35 

Poer-Owm Ootthtt. Po«tuastkk. 

son's Ranch Sutter A. C. Bainey. 

Junction city Trinity Witt. S. Moore. 

K. ■!.-<> ." El Dorado I,. Borneroan. 

Tulare Myron E. Harmon. 

Knight's Ferry Stanislaus W'm. A. Fisher. 

K u. .willc " Lake Franklin Mahon. 

Konigsberg Alpine 

LaJay'ette Contra Costa B. F. Shreeve. 

La Grange Stanislaus Thus. Wichelhouse. 

Lakeport Lake Wm. S. Cook. 

Lake Valley HI Dorado Win. Knight 

Lakeville. . .Sonoma Josiah Bacon. 

Laneba Plana Imador .Joseph Schumer. 

La Parte Sierra W. F. Nace. 

Leach's Store San Joaquin 

Lewiston Trinity G. II. Rantzan. 

Lexington Sunui Clara Isaac E. Paddock. 

Liberij San Joaquin William Allport 

Lincoln Placer John Barnes. 

Linden San Joaquin Isaac 8. Smith. 

Lisbon Placer George W. Applegate. 

Little Lake Mendocino Hiram Willetts. 

Little York Nevada Nathan Dodge. 

Loekeford Ban Joaquin Luther Locke. 

Locust Shade San Joaquin 

Long Bar Yuba James L HalL 

Longville Plumas Adam Miller. 

Los Angeles . ..Los Angeles Wm. G. StilL 

Lower Lake Lake E. M. Day. 

LoyaltOo Sierra 

Lynn's Volley Tulare 

Magalia .. Butte Almon C. Buffum. 

Maine Prairie Solano J. C. Minthu. 

Mariposa Mariposa B. F. Bachman. 

Martinez Contra Costa Oliver F. James. 

Mai'.ysville Yuba... ? Thos. J. McCormick. 

Mat tola Humboldt M. J. Conklin. 

Maxwell's Creek Mariposa G. W. Coulter. 

Mayfield Santa Clara James Otterson. 

Meiidovv Valley Plumas 

Mendocino Mendocino L. Woodward. 

Merced FaUs Merced William Nelson. 

Meridian Sutter John F. Fonts. 

Michigan Bar Sacramento *.. G. B. V. De la Mater. 

Michigan Bluff Placer Frederick S. Washeim. 

Miller's Ranch But to Wm. Montgomery. 

Millvitle Shasta T. G. Elliott 

Milpitas Santa Clara Frederick Creighton. 

Minersville Trinity S. H. Leach. 

Mission San Jose Alameda R. A. McClure. 

Mokelnmne City San Joaquin I. S. Shoemaker. 

Mokbluxbtb II ill Calaveras Hosea M. Couch. 

Monitor Alpine 

Moxteeey Monterey Simpson Conover. 

Montezuma Tuolumne Wm. F. Cotton. 

Moon's Ranch '. Tehama Nathaniel Merrill. 

Moore's Fiat Nevada A.V.Leonard. 

Mormon Island ..Sacramento Alfred Spinks. 

Mountain Ranch Calaveras Win. H. Holmes. 

Mountain View Santa Clara Samuel P.Taylor. 

Mountain Wells Nevada Jacob Vanderleith. 

Mount Bullion Mariposa George W. Hanna. 

Mount Eden Alameda N. Brustgrun. 

Mount Ophir / Mariposa J. H. Miller. 

Murphy's Calaveras Chas. A. Hunt 

Musquito Calavaras M. Eldred, Jr. 

Napa City Napa J. G. Urayton. 

Natividad Monterey James Stokes. 



36 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



Post-Office. ' County. Postmaster, 

Neillsburg Placer Mark Buckley. 

Nevada City Nevada Edward F. Bean. 

Newtown El Dorado John S. Zerger. 

Nicolaus Sutter P. N. Harris. 

North Bloomfield Nevada.. A. Jacobs. 

North Branch Calaveras E. L. Stevenson. 

North Columbia Nevada Levi Ayres. 

North San Juan Nevada ....'. George D. Dornin. 

Oakland Alameda George M. Yard. 

Omega .Nevada A. C. Herniken. 

Onisbo Sacramento A. E. Hutchinson. 

Onion Yalley Plumas John B. Overton. 

Ophirville Placer Daniel Choate. 

Oregon House Yuba 

Orleans Klamath John A. Pearch. 

Oro Fino Siskiyou Wm. F. S. Naylor. 

Okoville Butte Joel D. Downer. 

Orr's Eanch San Joaquin G. W. Proctor. 

Ousley's Bar Yuba 

Pacheco Contra Costa ... Henry M. Hale. 

Pacific Humboldt .A. Berding. 

Painesville Nevada 

Patterson Nevada. , John Sulcer. 

Peavine Butte David Whipple. 

Pescadefo Santa Cruz John N. Besse. 

Petaluma Sonoma..: George B. Williams* 

Pilot Hill El Dorado \. W T m. K. Creque. 

Pine Grove Amador John F. Johnson. 

Placerville El Dorado 

Pleasant Valley El Dorado 

Plum Yalley Sierra 

Poland San Joaquin James Putnam. 

Pope Yalley Napa John Kean. 

Port Wine Sierra Thos. J. Davis. 

Prairie Yolo Charles Thomas. 

Preston Marin 'i . E. J. Preston. 

Princeton Colusa J. Carlisle. 

Punta Arenas . . Mendocino H. Fairbanks. 

Putah Solano Wm. St. Clair. 

Qttcncy Plumas John Moore. 

Eattlesnake Bar Placer Samuel Beck. 

Bed Bluff Tehama J. K. Bradway. 

Bed Dog Nevada Wm. F. Heydlauff. 

Redwood City . San Mateo David W. Aldrich. 

Reynolds 1 Ferry Calaveras Wm. Henderson. 

Bich Gulch Calaveras Tunis S. Bever. 

Bichland Sacramento J. F. Woolley. 

Bio Seco Butte A. J. Crum. 

Bio Yista Solano Wm. K. Squires. 

Bock Creek Butte .' J. L. Eeeter. 

Eockville Solano J. Gilmore. 

Borne Sutter , O. S. Colgrove. 

Eossville Lake 

Rou»h and Beady Nevada L. A. Walling. 

Bound Tent Nevada 

Bound Yalley Plumas G. W. Miner. 

Sacramento Sacramento George Bowland. 

Salinas Monterey Thaddens Davis. 

Salmon Falls El Dorado R. K.. Berry. 

Salisbury Sacramento Thos. G. Salisbury. 

San Andreas Calaveras Gustavus Bowman. 

San Antonio Monterey J. A. Taylor. 

San Bernardino San Bernardino Thomas Dickey. 

San Buenaventura Santa Barbara Yolney A. Simpson. 

San Diego San Diego D. B. Hoffman. 

Sanel Mendocino Wm. E. Connor. 

San Francisco San Francisco K. F. Perkins. 

San Gabriel Los Angeles David F. Hall. 



H n. f Count v. PoSTM I 

>^ Joai Banta Clara Bimon M. Cutler. 

Ban Juan Monterey Joseph Howie. 

Bam l.i \M'iio Llanieda Hiram Keeney. 

Ban Lorenzo Alameda J. J.. Shiman. 

San l.i i^ ( >BIBTO San Luis Obispo Ucxandor Murray. 

Ban Liila Bey Ban Diego Geo. P. '1 ibbitts. 

Bam Matbo Ban Mateo Jas. E. Skidmore. 

San Pablo Contra Costa 

san Pedro . Los Angeles 

San Qoentln Marin .Ta«. B. Mcgarrigle. 

san Bar an Marin Timothy Malion. 

v iM i a Barkara Santa Barbara (has. J. Dennis. 

Banta Clara Santa Clara Samuel Henderson. 

BartaCbuz Santa Cruz Storer W. Field. 

San i a ln< 7. Santa Barbara 

Banta Rosa Sonoma . . ..B. C. Westfall. 

Bawyer's Bar Klamath William Grant 

Boot! River Siskiyou William Sage. 

Beottabnrg Fresno 

Bearsville Ban Mateo William. Page. 

Bebastopol : Napa B. W. Arnold. 

Secret Ravine Placer D. W. >levin. 

Seiad Valley Siskiyou W. B. Reeve. 

Selh.n's Bancb Yuba L. B. Sellon. 

Bhasta Shasta T. G. Elliott. 

Shaw's Flat Tuolumne Edwin A. Dunlap. 

Sheldon Sacramento lose] ill Korn. 

Siena Valley Sierra William Arms. 

Slippery Ford El Dorado Powell Crosley. 

Smith River Del Norte ' 

Smith's Ranch Sonoma Geo. If. Briard. 

Rmitbville Placer 

S.n Ki.i.iNG Merced J. A. Hall. 

Solano Solano W 7 m. Dresbach. 

Bomerville Contra Costa Goo. P. Scammon. 

Sonoma Sonoma A. W. Faxon. 

So\ oka Tuolumne Harlow J. Street. 

Soquel Santa Cruz Edward Porter. 

Bpanisb Flat El Dorado (has. II. Wattles. 

Spanish Ranch . Plumas J. .1. Harvey. 

Springfield .Tuolumne T. M. Whiteside. 

St. Helena Napa Jonathan Bell. 

St. Louis. Sierra Wesley F. Thomas. 

Stockton San Joaquin CO. Burton. 

Stony Point Sonoma Robert Ayres. 

Strawberry Valley Yuba William Youlen. 

SnsuN City Solano William Losh. 

Sts.vNvii.LK Lassen .Isaac Roop. 

Sutter Creek Amador. ... Ehen Fifield. 

Bweetland Nevada Win. Menuer. 

Table Bluff Humboldt 

Table Bock Sierra ..T. A. McFarland. 

Tahoe , El Dorado James Grey. 

Taylorville Plumas Job T. Taylor. 

Tehama Tehama Charles Harvey. 

Telegraph City Calaveras » 

Thompson's Flat Butte Herman Gotgen. 

Timber Cove Sonoma F. Helmke. 

Timbuctoo Yuba Samuel C. Wessells. 

Todd's Valley Places John M. Miner. 

Tomales Marin Warren Dutton. 

Trinidad Klamath B. Nordheimer. 

Trinity Trinity '. John Meckel. 

Trinity Centre Trinity Charles II. Vose. 

Tnle Tulare James Harrer. 

Two Rocks Sonoma John B. Schwobeda. 

Ukiah Mendocino Thos. C. Philbrick. 

Uncle Sam Lake J ohn Leach. 



38 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



Post-Office. County. Postmaster. 

Upper Clear Lake Lake Joel Wlllard. 

Vacaville Solano Hason Wilson. 

Vallecito Calaveras Jepthy D. Gray. 

Vail jo Solano E. H. Sawyer. 

Viola. Sacramento Alvin R. Meserve. 

Virginia .Placer J. L. Adams. 

Visalia Tulare Charles M. Vallee. 

Volcano Amador P. A. Clute. 

"Walnut Greek Contra Costa J. K. McDonald. 

Walnut Grove Sacramento John W. Sharp. 

Washington Nevada Albert F. Masun. 

Watson ville Santa Cruz Edward Martin. 

Wkaverville Trinity Louis Weliendorff. 

West Butte Sutter Elisha Swift. 

Western Sacramento 

West Point Calaveras F. H. Trappaniers. 

Whiskey Creek Shasta Jas. A. Kessler. 

White River. Tulare John A Keyes. 

Windsor Sonoma Marvin Buckmau. 

Woodbridge San Joaquin Daniel Crist. 

Woodland Yolo F. S. Freeman. 

Woodside San Mateo R. O. Tripp. 

Wyandotte Butte W. S. Wilkerson. 

Wyatt's Store Mariposa 

Yankee Hill Butte Hiram M. Clemens. 

Yankee Jim's Placer Wm. Duck. 

Yolo Yolo Abraham Griffith. 

Yreka Siskiyou Curtis H. Pyle. 

Yuba City Sutter Robert Dinsmore. 

Nevada. 

Aurora Esmeralda Daniel H. Pine. 

Austin Lander 

Canon City Lander S. H. Parsons. 

Carson City . Ormsby Benjamin Small. 

Clifton Lander : J. W. Clark. 

Dayton Lyon John Reynolds. 

Fort Churchill Lyon * 

Franktown Washoe Frederick A. Ent. 

Genoa Douglas John H. Davis. 

Gold Hill Storey O. H. Piatt. 

Humboldt City Humboldt F. N. Westfall. 

Jacobsville Lander James R. Jacobs. 

Mammoth Ledge Douglas Stephen A. Kinsey. 

Ophir Washoe H. A. Cheever. 

Palmyra Lyon ! George Lee. 

Ruby Valley Lander Samuel Woodward. 

Silver City Lyon George Dean. 

Star City Humboldt W. H. H. Thatcher. 

Unionville Humboldt J. W. Strong. 

Virginia City Storey L. B. Roe. 

Washoe City ; . . Washoe Isaac Mills. 

Oregon. 

Albany Linn E. A. Freeland. 

Amity Yamhill Geo. C. Getchell. 

Applegate Jackson.... Edward Wilson. 

Ashland Mills Jackson Abel D. Helman. 

Astoria Clatsop Charles L. Parker. 

Auburn Baker Wm. F. McCrary. 

Aurora Mills Marion Wm. Keil. 

Belpassi Marion Joseph Engle. 

Bridgeport rPolk M. M. Jones. 

Brownsville Linn G. Cooley. 

Butteville Marion Gustavus A. Cone. 





POST-OFFICES OREGON. 




39 


P, ,s T 1 1 


County. 


Postmaster. 




Canseman 












Centra] 








...John Randall. 
...Augustus V. Miller. 

...Cyrenius Condit. 


Chetco 

Clatsop 

Condi I 


Curry 

Clatsop 


Cooa Biver 








Cottage Grove 


Lane 

Polk 


..A. Hamilton. 
. .11. J. Waldron. 






Danville 




Dardanelles 

Dayton 

Diamond Hill 

Klkton 

Ellbnbbubg 

Kola 

Etna 

Ecgbne City 






Yamhill 

Wasco 


..John Carey. 


Curry 

Polk 

Polk 

Lane 


. ..Levi Kent. 
. .John Dewey. 
. . David Morse, Jr. 
. . Reuben Doty. 
..Thomas J. Biggs. 
. .Frederick Dudley. 
..Samuel G. French. 
. .Darius Smith. 


Franklin 

Freedom 

Glad Tidings 

Grand Ronde 

Grand Prairie 




Clackamas 

Polk 

Lane 


..Hardy Eliff. 
..George Coggan. 

. .John R. Boyce. 

. . Charles P. Cook. 
. .Samuel E. Haines. 
. .Jacob Conser. 


Independence 

Jackson villk 

Jefferson 

Jennyopolis 

Kellogg-s 


Polk 


Douglas 


. . Harriet Goff. 




..Madison B. Morris. 


Lafayette 

La Grande 

Latsbaw's Mills 

Laurel 

Lawn Arbor. . . .* 




Baker 




Polk 


..John H. Delachmutt. 






Lexington 

Locust Grove 

Long Tom 






Douglas 




P.dk 




McMiiinville 

Mohawk 

Monmouth 

Mount Scott 

Muddy 

Myrtle Creek 

Needy 

North Carryonville 

North Yamhill 

Oakland 


Yamhill 

'.'.'.. '.'.'.'.'. Polk 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Yamhill 

Douglas 


. .Thomas Pettigrew. 

. .J. V. B. Butler. 

. .S. L. Leneve. 
. .Jesse Moreland. 
. .B. J. Sidemann. 

..E.C Lord. 


Osceola 

Oswego 

Peoria 

Phoenix 


Multnomah 

Linn 


. .Mrs. Durham. 
. H. R. Holmes. 
..P. F. McManus. 



40 


PACIFIC ALMANAC AND 


REGISTER. 


Post-office. 

Pine 

Pleasant Hill. 


County. 


Postmaster. 


Lane.. . 


Wm. W. Bristow. 


Portland 

Port Orford 

Eanier 

Randolph 

Rock Point . . . 


Multnomah 

Curry 

Columbia 

Coos 


H. W. Davis. 

Wm. F. Dunbar. 

A. P. Minear. 

George Wasseu. 

J. B. White. 

-....Addison R. Flint. 

John T. Hamilton. 

James M. Stott. 

R. H. Lord. 


Rosebueg 

Salem 

Sandy 

Scio 

Scottsburg 

Silverton 


Douglas 

.Marion 

Polk 

Multnomah <-. 

Douglas 












Spencer 


Lane 


Wm. J. Kelly. 

Benjamin M. Watts. 

Severin Rigail. 

Z. F. Moody. 

Jacob L. Garrett. 

J. A. J. Chapman. 


Starrs Point 

St. Helens 

St. Louis 

Sublimity 

Umatilla 

Umpqua City 

Union 

Valfontis 


Benton 

Marion 

Umatilla 

Baker. 


Waconda 

Wapato 

West Point 

Wilbur 

Willamette Forks... 
Willamina 

Youcalla 

Acada 




Washington 


Samuel J. Stott. 

. .Fleming R. Hill. 


Yamhill 


T. J. Vaughan. 

Jeremiah Lamson. 


Washington. 






Thos. W. Newland. 

Charles Bars tow. 

Isaac H. Bush. 

James Birnie. 

James Smith. 

Frank M. Stocking. 

Jos. Gibson. 


Boistf'ort 

Bruceport. . . 

Cascades 


Lewis 

Skamania 








Chehalis 


Chehalis Point 

Claquato 

Coal Bank 


Chehalis 




Walla Walla 






M. Z. Goodell. 

Louis Lary Dubean. 

D. A. Neely. 

James Waldrip. • 

S.W. Fisher. 


Coveland 

Cowlitz 

Dvvamish 

Ebey's Landing 

Elma 

Fishers Landing 

Fort Colville 


Lewis 

King 

Island 

Clarke 


Fort Willopa 

Franklin 

Grand Mound 

Grand Prairie 

Highland 

Kaiuilchie 

Lake River 

Miami Prairie 


Pierce 


Job Bullard. 

J. P. Stewart. 


Lewis 


C. Huntington. 




David C. Forbes. 


Clarke 

Thurston 


Sam'l R. Whipple. 







POST-OFFICES. IDAIIO- 


-UTAH. 41 


Pom Omen. 
HOHTX8AH0 

MONTH KI.I.o 

Mnkllteo 

Mo Man's Bridge 


Coithtt. 

Cbehalla 

Cowlita 

Snohomish 

Walla Walla 

Clallam 


POST MASTER. 

J. L. Scammons. 

A. B. Blirbank. 

J. D. Fowler. 

John Gordon. 

llizikiah Davis. 

Warren Gore. 

Win. M. Morrow. 

Alex. S. Ahernethy. 

P.M. Bartent 


N Isqnally 

Oakland 

Oak P«inl 

Oltmpia 

\ 111 K 

Pacific City 

Pekin 

Port Angelofl 

Port Discovery 


Pierce 

Mason 

Cowlitz 

Ttaorston 






Clarke 

Clallam 

Jefferson 


William Bratton. 

V. Nicolson. 

,. J. S. Woodman. 

A. B. Patrick. 




Kitsap 


Benjamin E. Lombard. 

Henry L. Tibbals. 

J. H. Hermans. 

0. B. McFadden. 


Pout Townsknd 


Jefferson 




Klikitat 


Baonder'a Prairie 


Lewis 


Bcatter Creek 

Bbattlb 

Bkokomiati 

Bkooknuicbuck 

Snohomish 

Btkilaooom 

Teekalet 

Touehet 






Kitsap 

Kin? 

M ason 

Lewis 

Snohomish 

Pierce 

Kitsnp 

Walla Walla 


Marshall Blinn. 

Sainnel F. Coombs. 

E. A. Wllls'on 

Stephen W. Hovey. 

Nathaniel Crosby, Jr. 


Union 

T nionyille 

Vabcouveb 

Walla Walla ... .. 

Wallnla. 

Waahougal 


(Tehalis 


"W natcom 

Clarke 

Walla Walla 

Walla Walla 

Claike 


CI. as. E. Bicharde. 

Hiram Cochran. 

Edw. E. Kelly. 

Lewis Whittingham. 

L. C. Stiles. 

William Utter. 


Wynokee 


Chchalis 








Durkeeville 

Elk City 

Florence City 

Idaho City 

Lewistoo 

Mount Idaho 

On> Fino 

Pierce City 




Clark W. Dnrkee. 


Nez Perce 

Idaho 


J. Yiolett. 

James H. Alvord. 


Nez Perce 

Nez Perce 

Shoshone 


A. L. Downer. 

Loyal P. Brown. 

Joseph Patty. 




John W. Vance. 

Daniel M. Thomas. 

Isaac C. Haight. 

James Sodeback. 


Alpine City 

American J - oik 

Beavke 

Bbigham City 

Cedar Citv 

Cedar Yallc-y 


Utah. 

Utah 

Utah 

Beaver ... 

Box Elder 

Iron 

Utah 


Coalville 

Cove Creek 

Draper 

Ephraim 

1'armixgtus 

Fillmore City 


Millard 




San Pete 


H. F. Peterson. 


Millard 


Thos. K. King. 



42 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTER. 


Post-Office. 


CotrNTY. Postmaster. 


Fort Bridger 




Fountain G-reen 


San Pete... E. R. Lewellyn. 


Great Salt Lake City. 


Great Salt Lake T. B. H. Stenhouse. 


Harmony 


.' Washington J. D. Lee. 


Harrisburg 


Washington James Lewis. 


Kaysville 


Davis John R. Barnes. 


Lehi City 


Utah David Evans. 


Logan 


Cache Wm. B. Preston. 






Menrlon 


Cache A. P. Shumway. 


Millville 




Moroni 


San Pete George W. Bradley. 


North Ogden 




Ogden City 


Weber , Chauncev W. West. 


Paragoonah 




Pardey's Park 


Wm. H Kimball. 


Pa ROWAN 


Iron . . . Wm. S. Warren. 


Payson 


Utah John T. Hardy. 


Petersburg 






Utah Wm. G. Sterritt. 


Providence 




Provo City 


Utah John McE wan. 


Salt Creek 


Utah Timothy B. Foote. 


Santa Clara 


..Washington Wm. Crosby. 


Santaquin 




South Weber 


Davis Eli Smith. 


Spanish Fork 




Spring Lake Villa 


.:... .Utah J. E. Johnson. 


Springville 




Stoker 

St. George 






Summit 

Toqueville 




Washington Joshua T. Willis. 


Union 


Great. Salt Lake Warren Foote. 


Virgin City 


Washington S. E. Johnson. 


Washington 

Wellsville.: 


Washington W. H. Crawford. 




Willard 




RATES OF DOMESTIC POSTAGE. 




It erf titration Fee, for valuable Letters, not exceeding 20 cents. 


Transient Newspapers 


Periodicals, Pamphlets, Blanks, Proof Sheets, Book Manuscripts, and 


all mailable printed matte 


r (except books and circulars), 2 cents for each 4 ounces. 




Unsealed Circulars, not exceeding 3 in number to one address. 2 cents, and in the same pro- 




Seeds, Cuttings, Roots, 


etc., 4 cents for each 4 ounces. 


All Packages not chars 


'ed with letter postage mast be so arranged that the same can be con- 


leniently examined by Postmasters; if not, letter postage will be charged. 


No Package will be for 


warded which weighs over 4 pounds. 


All Postage Matter, for 


delivery within the United States, must be prepaid by stamps (ex- 




charged on delivery. 






States, if paid in advance- 


-daily, per quarter, 35 cents; six times per week, 30 cents; tri-weekly, 




periodicals, 1 cent for each copy. Newspapers and periodicals, when weighing over 4 ounces, 


double the above rates. 




Weekly Newspapers, w 


ithin the county where published, free. 





PACIFIC STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



43 



PACIFIC STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



Square 
Capital. Miles. 

, Sacramento 15S.6S7 . . . 



California 

Nevada Carson City 

Oregon Salem 

Washington Territory Olympia 

Idaho Territory Lewiston 

Montana Territory 

['tah Territory.. Great Salt Lake City. 

Arizona Territory Tucson 



81,539.. 
95,24S . 
69,994 . . 



106,882. 

126,141. 



Cents Est. Pop. 

1860. 1864. 

305.439 .... 460,000 

6.857.... 40.0(10 

52.465.... 70,000 

11,168.... 14,000 

40,273"!! 80,0(''6 
11,000 



CALIFORNIA. . 
Capital — Sacramento City. 

EXECUTIVE AND STATE OFFICERS. 

[Terms expire first Monday in December. 1867.] 

Residence. 

Frederick F. Low Governor Yuba 

T. N\ M-ichin Lieutenant-Governor Mono 

I>. B. Redding Secretary of State Sacramento 

George Oulton Controller Siskiyou 

Romualdo Pacheco Treasurer San Luis Obispo. 

J. G. McCullough Attornev-General Mariposa 

J. P. Houghton \ ^nTomtT^. ^ R<igiSter . SUt ^ \ Sacramento 

John Swett Snpt Public Instruction San Francisco.... 

Geo. S. Evans Adjutant-General Sacramento 

0. ML (Mayes State Printer San Joaquin 

W. C. Stratton State Librarian Sacramento 



Salary. 
$7,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4.000 
4,000 

3,000 

3.000 
3.000 
Fees. 
2,500 

Teums of Office.— The term of oTi-e of the Governor, Secretary of State, Comptroller, 
Treasurer, Attorney-General, Surveyor-General, and Superintendent of Public Instruction, is 
four years, commencing with the first Monday in December after election. The present incum- 
bents went into office in December, 1S63. 

Elections. — The general election for state and county officers is held on the first Wednesday 
in September every second year, commi'.neinii with 1S63. The special judicial election for the 
various judicial officers of the State an 1 counties is held, on the third Weduesday in October 
every second year, commencing with 1S63. 

REPRESENTATION" IN CONGRESS. 

Senators. 

James A. McDouzall of San Francisco Term expires, March 3, 1867. 

John Conness..- of El Dorado " " 1869. 

Representatives. 

Thomas B. Shannon of Plumas Term expires, March 3, 1S65. 

William Higby of .Calaveras " " 

Cornelius Cole of Santa Clara " " *' 



44 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTEB. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

First District.— San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Monterey, San Luis 
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Bernardino, Tulare, Fresno, Stanislaus, 
Merced, Mariposa, and Coba Counties. At the last Gubernatorial election this district polled 
30,266 votes. 

Second District. — Sacramento, San Joaquin, Contra Costa, Alameda, El Dorado, Placer, Ne- 
vada, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mono, and Alpine Counties. This district polled 40,418 
votes at the last election. 

Third District. — Yuba, Sutter, Tolo, Solano. Napa, Lake, Sonoma. Marin, Mendocino, Hum- 
boldt, Tehama, Colusa, Del Norte, Klamath, Siskiyou, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Plumas, Butte, 
and Sierra Counties. There were 34,309 votes polled in this district. 



LEGISLATURE. 

The Legislative of California consists of the Senate and Assembly, and convenes bienially 
at Sacramento on the first Monday in December. » 

The Senate is composed of forty members, chosen from twenty-eight Senatorial Districts, 
and the term of office is four years. Ihe Lieutenant-Governor is ex officio President of the 
Senate. 

The Assembly is composed of eighty members, elected for two years, and the presiding officer 
is chosen from their own body. « 

The Compensation of the members of the Legislature is, for the first ninety days of the 
session, $10 per day, and for the remainder of the session if 5 per day, and mileage at the rate of 
$4 for every twenty miles of travel Irom their residences, by the nearest mail route to the 
Capitol. 

Legislative Disteicts. 

Assembly- 
District. Senators, men. 

1st . San Diego and San Bernardino .......:.. 1 2 

2d Los Angeles 1 2 

'3d Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo 1 1 

4th Tulare, Coso, and Fresno 1 2 

5th Mariposa, Merced, and Stanislaus 1 2 

6th Santa Cruz and Monterey 1 2 

7th Santa Clara 1 8 

8th San Francisco and San Mateo 5 13 

9th Alameda 1 2 

10th Contra Costa and Marin..- ". 1 2 

11th San Joaquin.... 1 2 

12th Tuolumne and Mono .... 2 3 

13th Calaveras 2 3 

14th Amador and Alpine 1 2 

loth El Dorado , 2 4 

16th Sacramento 2 5 

17th Solano and Yolo 1 2 

18th Napa, Lake, and Mendocino 1 2 

19th Sonoma 1 3 

20th Placer 2 3 

21st Nevada 2 4 

22d Sierra 1 2 

23d Yuba and Sutter 2 4 

24th Butte, Plumas, and Lassen 2 8 

25th Tehama and Colusa 1 1 

26th Shasta and Trinity 1 2 

27th Humboldt, Klamath, and Del Norte 1 2 

28th Siskiyou 1 2 

40 80 



CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. 45 



MEMBERS OF TIIE LEGISLATIVE SESSION OF 1863-L 
Senate — Forty Member*. 



President Thomas N. Machin of Mono $12 00 

IVo aldenl pro ten EL Burnell of Amador 12 00 

Beeretary Charles Westmoreland of Ban Francisco 8 00 

Assistant Secretary L W. Bishop of Tehama 8 00 

Minute Clerk '. J. B. Van Dorn of Sonoma 8 00 

Journal ( Slerk W. H. Heoatis of Humboldt 8 00 

Enrolling Clerk Albert Hart of Placer 8 00 

Engrossing Clerk M. EL Gelston of Sacramento 8 00 

Serjeant-at-Arms John Heinsley of Placer 8 00 



Term 
Names. District. Counties Represented. Expires. 

Benton. J. E 16th Sacramento 1867 

Buckley, John P 8th San Francisco 1865 

Burnell, B.* 14th Amador . . 1865 

Cot. Juan Iirnacio 83 San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara 1865 

Crane. Jr.. Wm. W 9th Alameda 1865 

Cunningham, Lewis* 23d Yuba 1867 

Dodge, H. L.* 8th San Francisco 1867 

Evans, G. S 12th Tuolumne and Mono 1867 

Foiilke. L M 28th Siskiyou- 18H5 

Freeman. J. W.* 4th Tulare and Fresno 1865 

Caskill. R. C.* 24th Butte 1865 

Hale. James E 20th Placer " 1867 

Hull. John T 11th Solano and Yolo 1865 

Hamilton, Henry 2d Los Angeles 1865 

Hartson, Chancellor* 18th Napa, Lake, and Mendocino 1867 

Haskin. J. W 12th Tuolumne and Mono 1S65 

Haswell. C. S* 23d Yuba and Sutter 1S65 

Hawes, Horace 8th San Francisco and San Mateo 1867 

peacock, E. H 16th Sacramento 1865 

Henry, A. C 15th El Dorado 1865 

Jones, John P 26th Shasta and Trinity 1867 

Kutz, Joseph* 21st Nevada 1867 

Leonard. W. H 13th Calaveras 1867 

Lovett, William E 6th Monterey and Santa Cruz 1867 

Maddox, F. L loth El Dorado 1867 

Me.Murty, "W. S 7th Santa Clara 1865 

Meyers, Samuel* 11th San Joaquin 1867 

Montgomery, W. S 5th Mariposa, Merced, and Stanislaus 1867 

Movie. James W 22d Sierra 1865 

Pcarce, George 19th Sonoma 1S65 

Porter, Charles B.* 10th Contra Costa and Marin 1867 

Bedington, John H 8th San Francisco 1867 

Roberts, E. W 20th. Nevada 1865 

Rush, Johll A 25th Tehama and Colusa 1867 

Shafter, James McM 8th San Francisco 1865 

Shepard. Joseph 13th Calaveras 1865 

Smith, F. M.* 24th Butte and Plumas 1^67 

tattle, M. C 1st San Bernardino and San Diego 1867 

Fright, S. P 27th Humboldt, Klamath, and Del Norte 1S67 

Yule, John 20th Placer 1S65 

* Members of the last Legislature. 



46 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



Assembly — Eighty Members. 

officeks. 

Pee Day. 

Speaker William H. Sears of Nevada $12 00 

Speaker pro tern J. J. Owen of Santa Clara 

Chief Clerk O. C. Wheeler of Sacramento 8 00 

Assistant Clerk R, H. Daly of Sacramento 8 00 

Minute Clerk M artin Rowan of San Francisco .. 8 00 

Journal Cierk L. S. Taylor of Sacramento 8 00 

Enrolling: Clerk J. H. Marple of Butte 8 00 

Engrossing Clerk A.N. Gambell of Placer 8 00 

Sergeant-at- Arms W. M. Rider of Sonoma 8 00 



Names. Counties. 

Allen, E. H San Joaquin. 

Alley, S. H Sierra. 

Badlam, Alex., Jr Sacramento. 

Beaman, J. H Yuba. 

Boulware, M Sutter. 

Bowman. James San Francisco. 

Brooks, Geo. J San Francisco. 

Brown, A. C Amador. 

Brown, Joseph C Tulare. 

Buffum. Almond C Butte. 

Campbell, J. S .El Dorado. 

Campbell. Thompson San Francisco. 

Castro, Esteven Monterey. 

Chappel, J. N.* Shasta. 

Cherry, J. W San Francisco. 

Clark, Robert A Plumas. 

Clayton, Chas San Francisco. 

Devoc, Alfred .Santa Cruz. 

Dickinson. W. L Merced and Stanislaus. 

Dodson, W. B. H Lake and Napa. 

Dow, F. A El Dorado. 

Dutton, Henry San Francisco. 

Dyer. B Calaveras. 

Erkson, William Santa Clara. 

Fraser. Thomas El Dorado. 

Gray, Nathaniel San Francisco. 

Green, Alfred F San Mateo. 

Hartsough, J. B Yolo. 

Hill, Ramon J.* San Luis Obispo and Santa 

Barbara. 

Hirst. R. P Del Norte and Klamath. 

Hittell. John S San Francisco. 

Hoag. O. H Sonoma. 

Hubbard. Lorenzo Yuba. 

Hunt, William B Sacramento. 

Jenison, S Colusa and Tehama. 

Johnson, Sanborn Marin. 

Kendrick, J.J San Diego. 

Kewen, E. J. C* Los Angeles. 

Langdon, Levi Calaveras. 

Littiefleld, S. L Siskiyou. 



Names. Counties. 

Ludlow. W. B Amador. 

Lux, F.* Mono and Tuolumne. 

Lynch, John San Francisco. 

Martin, Seth* Nevada. 

McColliam, T. W San Francisco. 

Mebius, C. F San Francisco. 

Mitchell, E. F Mono and Tuolumne. 

Owen, J. J.* Santa Clara. 

Parker, S. N Calaveras. 

Perley, J. E San Joaquin. 

Perrin, O Mono and Tuolumne. 

Personette. M. W.* Trinity. 

Pratt. J. D Placer. 

Redfiled, O. F.*.. # . Yuba. 

Rhode?, J. P Sacramento. 

Rule, J. W.* Nevada. 

Scott, R. O Siskiyou. 

Scott, Thomas* Alameda. 

Sears, William H Nevada. 

Sepulveda, ignacio Los Angeles. 

Smith, A. A Nevada. 

Smith, Jacob Sonomit. 

Snyder, E. H Placer. 

Sumner, George S Butte. 

Teare, Philip. , El Dorado. 

Tukey, Francis Sacramento. 

Yan Leuven, A San Bernardino. 

Van Schaick, H. D Santa Clara. 

Walker, Asa Alameda. 

Walker, J. N Fresno. 

Wason. Milton Solano. 

Watson, J. R Sacramento. 

Weston, R. S Sierra. 

Whallon, Murray Sonoma. 

Wilcox, John W.* Mariposa. 

Wiley, A Humboldt. 

Wilsey, L Mendocino. 

Winchester, M. C .Placer. 

Wood, Joseph San Francisco. 

Wright, T. J.* Contra Costa. 



* Members of the last Legislature. 



■ AI.Il'oKMA JUDICIARY. 47 


CALIFORNIA JUDICIARY. 


* SUPREME CotJKT. 


The Justices <>f the Supreme Court are elected by tbe people for a term of ten years. The 
J ustice having the shortest term to serve is Chief Justice. 


Judges of Supreme Court. 


Term Expires. Salary. 


B W Sanderson ..of El Dorado Chief Justice 1865 $6,000 


John Carrey of S;m Francisco Associate Justice im;7 6.000 

Toronto >a\'\ yet of Ban Francisco Associate Justice 1869 6,000 

Augustus L Rhodes of Santa Clara Associate Justice 1871 6,000 

Oscar L Shatter of Alameda Associate Justice 1873 6,000 


Officers of Supreme Court. 


John G. McCullough of Mariposa ■ 


. . ..Attorney-GeDeral 1S67 4,000 

. . ., Clerk 1867 Fees. 


Charles A. Tuttle of Placer 


. . . Reporter 1867 4,000 


Terms. — Sacramento, first Monday in January, April, July, and October. 


District Courts. 


The Judges of the District Courts are chosen by the people of their respective districts for 


District Judges. 


Dist. Judge. Residence. Salary. 


2d Warren T. Sexton 

4th, E. D. Sawyer 

5th Joseph M. Cavis 

6th John H. McKune 

7th J. B. Southard 

8th Walter S. Brock 

9th E. Garter 

10th Isaac S. Beicher 

.11th S. W. Brock way 


Los Angeles $5,000 

Oroville 5,000 

Oakland 5.000 

San Francisco 6,000 

. . . , Columbia 5,000 

Sacramento 5,000 


Petalnma-. 5,000 

Eureka, H. B 5.000 

Shasta 5.000 

Marynville 5,000 

Mokelumne Hill 5,000 


|2th Orville C. Pratt 






14th Thomas B. McFarland Nevada City 5.000 


Judicial Districts. 


Counties. 


Dist. 


Dist. 


1st, Los Angeles. San Bernardino, San Diego, 

San Louis Obispo, and Santa Barbara. 
2d, Tehama, Butte, Plumas, and Lassen. 
3d, Alameda. Monterey, Santa Clara, and 

Santa Cruz. 
4th, Northern p;irt of San Francisco. 
5th, San Joaquin, Tuolumne, Mono, and 

Alpine. 
6th, Sacramento and Yolo. 
'7th, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma, 

and Lake. 


8th, Klamath, Del Norte, and Humboldt. 

9th, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Trinity. 
10th, Sutter, Yuba, Colusa, and Sierra. 
11 th, El Dorado, Amador, and Calaveras. 
12th, Southern part of San Francisco, and San 

Mateo. 
13th, Fresno, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus, and 

Tulare. 
14th, Nevada and Placer. 
15th, San Francisco and Contra Costa. 



48 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTEE. 



CALIFORNIA STATE MILITIA 

Frederick F. Low, Commander-in-chtef. 
George F. Evans, Adjutant-General. 

The State Militia is organized into one Division, commanded by a Major-General, and six 
Brigades, commanded by Brigadier-Generals. Lucius H. Allen, Major- General commanding, 
San Francisco. 

First Brigade comprises the counties of San Diego, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Santa 
Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Monterey. Eomualdo Pachcco, Brig.-Gen. commanding, San 
Luis Obispo. 

Second Brigade comprises the counties of Santa Cruz. Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, 
Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Sonoma, Solano, Napa, and Lake. John Hewston, Jr., Brig.-Gen. 
commanding, San Francisco. 

Third Brigade comprises the counties of San Joaquin, Mariposa, Tuolumne, Fresno. Stanis- 
laus, Calaveras, Merced, Mono, and Tulare. A. M. Dobbie, Brig.-Gen. commanding, Sonora. 

Fourth Brigade comprises the counties of Sacramento, Yolo, Sutter, El Dorado, Amador 
Placer, Nevada, Yuba, and Sierra. Josiah Howell, Brig.-Gen. commanding, Sacramento. 

Fifth Brigade comprises the counties of Butte, Plumas, Colusa, Tehama, Shasta, Trinity, and 
Siskiyou. John Bid well, Brig.-Gen. commanding, Chico. 

Sixth Brigade comprises the counties of Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte, and Klamath. 
James Hanna, Brig.-Gen. Commanding, . 

The Major-General and the Brigadier- Generals are appointed by the Governor for four years. 
The Commander-in-Chief, the Major- General, the Brigadier-Generals, and the Adjutant-General, 
each appoint the officers of their respective staffs. 

CALIFORNIA STATE DEBT, DECEMBER 1, 1863. 

Outstanding bonds issued under Act 28th April, 1857 $3,620,500 00 

Outstanding bonds issued under Act 30th April, 1860 198.500 00 

Old War Debt, under Act of March 7th, 1851, and May 3d, 1852 218,468 54 

Transfer from Swamp Land Fund for Legislative expenses, Fourteenth Session 183,125 00 

Due the School Fund 368,520 00 

Bonds held by State Treasurer in trust for the School Fund 107,000 00 

Outstanding warrants drawn on General Fund 210,620 40 

$4,906,733 94 
From this deduct legal tender notes in treasury belonging to General Fund 67,190 87 

State indebtedness December 1st, 1863 ..$4,839,543 07 

Annual interest on funded debt, $274,820. * 
Balance on hand November 14th, 1863, $353,757 71. 

STATE APPOINTEES. 

J. D. "Whitney State Geologist San Francisco. 

Seth H. Wetherbee Comissioner of Emigration San Francisco. 

B. B. Thayer State Assayer San Francisco. 

State Ganger San Francisco. 

W. P. Tilden Physician, Insane Asylum '. Stockton. 

Lt. Gov. T. N. Machin Warden, State Prison San Quentin. 

Michael Kenny Inspector Gas Meters San Francisoo. 

Louis R. Lull Inspector of Stamps San Francisco. 

Jacob Deeth Inspector of Stamps San Francisco. 

S. M. Mouser Vaccine Agent San Francisco. 

Land Locating Agents. 

Humboldt District John S. Murray Eureka. 

Marysville District Gilbert W. Colby Sacramento. 

San Francisco District Leander Ransom San Francisco. 

Stockton District John C. Reid Stockton. 

Visalia District Stanley Willey : Visalia. 

Los Angeles District W. G. Still Los Angeles. 



CALIFORNIA ASSESSABLE PROPERTY. 


49 


CALIFORNIA ASSESSABLE PROPERTY, 1S62. 
[Compiled from State Treasurer's Report.] 


Counties. 


No. of 
Acres. 


Value of Real 

Estate and 
improvements 


Value of Per- 
sonal Prop- 
erty. 


Total Value of 
Property. 


Alameda 


167,106 


$2,443,220 00 

1042.196 00 

1,708,058 00 

942J99 00 

596.336 00 

881.721 oo 

145^830 00 

1,493,894 00 

288,870 53 

604,045 00 


$944,121 00 
957,98 

1,199,959 00 

1,094,882 00 
984,808 00 
862,865 00 
148,045 00 

1,743,633 00 
640.755 75 
724,934 00 


$8,887,844 00 
2,000,176 00 
2,908,017 00 
2,037,6M 00 
1,581.006 00 
1.744.536 00 

293,875 00 
8,237,527 00 

874.126 28 
1,328,979 00 

365.4S7 00 

820,536 00 
1.506.152 42 
1,817,558 00 
1,626,568 00 
1,161.773 50 

905,006 00 

363,805 00 
1,289,422 02 
2,940.201 00 
4,447,734 50 
3,006.453 27 
1,054,059 75 
8,772.733 00 

314.440 00 

463.953 38 
66.531,207 00 
4,193.420 00 

512,742 56 
2,542.205 00 

718.853 00 
6,038.376 00 

930,219 00 
1,330.505 67 
8.006.151 00 
1,227,297 00 
3,248:844 55 
3,S50,677 00 

861,912 00 
1,566,755 00 
2.148.944 00 
1.166.414 00 
1.266,439 91 
2,588,920 00 
2,261,184 00 
4,623,675 00 




289,671 

105,197 

"206,889 

19,186 








Del Norte 




216,909 
72,550 


Humboldt 




Lake 


79,970 
844,606 


74,212 00 

722,587 7" 

1,164,556 00 

446,764 00 

605.982 50 

805,438 00 

214,231 00 

448.855 02 

1,792,705 00 

2.273,297 00 

1.069.262 00 

213.231 75 

5,458,145 00 


• 203.801 00 

783.564 72 

652.997 00 

1,179,804 00 

505,633 55 

600.563 00 

149,574 00 

740,567 00 

1,148.197 00 

2,174,437 50 

1,937,191 27 

840,828 00 

3,314,593 00 












855,680 
132,258 


Merced 






Napa 


190,495 












451,539 






27,000 

496,059 


13S,943 62 
86,990,654 00 

1.159.433 00 
'278,021 06 

1,880,198 00 
426,730 00 

2,671,S25 00 
533,241 00 
127,636 87 
986,429 00 
86S,266 00 

2.105.326 3D 

2,447,627 00 


330,009 76 

29,540,553 00 

1.919,189 00 

234,721 50 

658,007 00 

292.123 00 

1,890.227 00 

391,978 00 

1,202,868 80 

2.019,722 00 

760.924 00 

1,143,518 25 

1,403,050 00 










881,136 
310,610 








39,793 






100,000 
214,139 


Solano 




193.757 

127^065 

123.05S 

15,938 




527,302 00 
820,217 00 
314,620 00 
372,667 00 

"2,513,709' 00 


795,518 00 

1,328,727 00 

851,794 00 

893,822 91 




Tulare 




193,S93 


Yolo 




2,109,966 00 


Totals 




6,950,852 


$80,735,855 35 


$72,647,666 01 


$160,399,071 81 





50 



PACIFIC ALMANAC A]ST> REGISTER. 



COUNTIES OF CALIFORNIA, 



County Seats. 



When 
organ'd 



Pop. 
1860. 



Votes 
in 1861. 



Alameda 

Alpine 

Amador 

Bntte 

Calaveras 

Colusa 

Contra Costa 

Coso 

Del Norte 

El Dorado 

Fresno 

Humboldt 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lassen 

Los Angeles 

Marin 

Mariposa 

Mendocino 

Merced 

Mono 

Monterey 

Napa 

Nevada 

Placer 

Plumas 

Sacramento 

San Bernardino . 

San Diego 

San Francisco . . 

San Joaquin 

San Luis Obispo 

jSan Mateo 

I Santa Barbara. .. 
! Santa Clara ...... 

Santa Cruz 

Shasta 

Sierra 

Siskiyou 

Solano 

Sonoma 

Stanislaus 

Sutter •.. 

Tehama 

Trinity 

Tulare 

Tuolumne 

Yolo 

Yuba 



San Leandro 

Silver Mountain . . 

Jackson 

Oroville 

Mokelumne Hill .. 

Colusa 

Martinez 

Crescent City 

Placerville 

Millerton 

Eureka 

Orleans Bar 

Lakeport 

Susanville 

Los Angeles 

San Rafael 

Mariposa 

Ukiah 

Snelling 

Aurora 

Monterey 

Napa 

Nevada 

Auburn 

Quincy 

Sacramento 

San Bernardino... 

San Diego 

San Francisco 

Stockton 

San Luis Obispo . . 

Eedwood City 

Santa Barbara. 

San Jose 

Santa Cruz 

Shasta 

Downieville 

Yreka 

Fairfield 

Santa Rosa ........ 

Knight's Ferry 

Yuba City 

Red Bluff 

Weaverville 

Visalia 

Sonora 

Washington 

Marysville 

Totals 



1S53 
1864 
1854 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1864 
1857 
1850 
1856 
1S53 
1S51 
1861 
1864 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1855 
1861 
1850 
1S50 
1851 
1851 
1854 
1850 
1854 
1850 
1856 
1850 
1S50 
1856 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1850 
1S52 
1852 
1850 
1850 
1854 
1850 
1856 
1S51 
1852 
1850 
1850 
1850 



10,933 

12.107 

16,302 

2,274 

5,328 

1,992 

20,562 
4,605 
2,694 
1,808 



11,336 
3,334 
6.243 
3,967 
1,141 

4,739 

5,515 

16,447 

13.270 
4,363 

24,145 
5,554 
4,326 

56,805 
9,434 
1,782 
3,214 
3,545 

11,912 
4,945 
4.360 

11,389 
7.629 
7,170 

11,867 
2,245 
3,390 
4,044 
5.125 
4638 

16,229 
4,716 

13,671 



2,799 

3.384 

4,072 
5.158 
1,127 
1,585 

449* 
6,347 
448 
967 
734 
313 

1,848 
1.105 
1,863 
1,330 

455 
1,396 
1.039 
1,597 
6,550 
4,578 
1,778 
7.227 

959 

'264 
15,149 
3,839 

478 
1,185 

591 
3.447 
1,466 
2,330 
4,770 
3,165 
2,594 
3.603 

893 
1,418 
1,280 
2,273 
1,159 
4,637 
1,787 
4,298 



380,016 



119,731 



Including soldiers 1 vote. 



NEVADA TERRITORY. 51 



NEVADA TERRITORY. 

Capital — Carson City. 

EXECrTIVE GOVERNMENT, 

Salaky. 

James W. Nye of New York Governor $1,500 

Orion Clemens ..of Missouri Secretary 3.500 

Tied. I). Edwards Attorney-General... 

Warren Wassen of Nevada Marshal Fees and 200 

J. T. Lockhart Indian Agent 1,500 

William W. Roes Territorial Auditor. 

J. H. Kinkead Territorial Treasurer. 

A. F. White Territorial Superini* nd*t Public Schools. 

William damson Governors Private Secretary. 



NEVADA JUDICIARY. 

Supreme Court. 

Salaet. 

Ger,r<re Turner of Ohio Chief Justice Carson City $1,800 

Powhsttan B. Locke of Missouri Associate Justice Dayton 1,800 

John W. North of Minnesota Associate Justice Washoe City 1,800 

Allied Helm Clerk Carson City 

Terms. — Sessions held at the seat of Government on the first Monday in April, August, and 
December. 

Judicial Districts. 

First District.— Washoe, Storey, and Eoop counties. Judge, Hon. John W. North; Clerk, 
George Kins-. Virginia City. 

Second District. — Ornish v. Douglas, and Esmerelda counties. Judge, Hon. George Turner ; 
Clerk. Alfred Helm. Carson 'city. 

Third District. — Lyon, Churchill, Lander, and Humboldt counties. Judge, Hon. Powhattan 
B. Locke ; Clerk, Locke, Dayton. 

REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS. 

Term Expires. 
Gordon N. Mott Carson City Delegate March 3,1565. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

The Legislative Assembly of Nevada consists of a Council and House of Representatives, and 
convenes annually, on the second Tuesday in January. The session is limited to forty days. 
The Council is composed of thirteen members, elected" for two years. The House of Represent- 
atives is composed of twenty-six members, elected for one year. Each House chooses all of its 
own officers. 

MILITIA OFFICERS. 

J. W. Nye Commander-in-Chief. 

J. L. Van Bokkelen Maj.-Gen At Virginia. 

Almon Hovey Brig. Gen. 1st Brigade At Virginia. 

Jas. McLean Brig.-Gen. 2d Brigade At Genoa. 

H. P. Russell Adjutant-General At Carson. 



52 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



COUNTIES OF NEVADA. 

Estimated Pop. Total Vote 

County. County Seat. Nov. 1863. Sept. 2, 1863. 

1. Churchill La Plata 

2. Douglas Genoa 1,500 368 

3. Esmeralda Aurora 4,000 1,190 

4. Humboldt Union ville 4,500 1,214 

5. Lander. Austin 6,500 1,035 

6. Lyon Dayton 3,500 1,178 

7. Nye lone 

8. Ormsby Carson City 3,500 769 

9. Roop Attached to Washoe 

10. Storey Virginia City 18,000 3,985 

11. Washoe Washoe City 3.500 1,153 

45,000 10,892 

Election. — A general election for territorial and county officers is held annually on the first 
Wednesday of September. 



OREGON. 

Capital — Salem. 

EXECUTIVE AND STATE OFFICERS. 

(Terms expire on second Monday in September, 1866.) 

Salary. 

Addison C. Gibbs of Portland Governor $1,500 

Samuel E. Mav of Jacksonville Secretary of State 1.500 

Edwin N. Cooke of Salem Treasurer 800 

H. L. Pittock of Salem State Printer Fees. 

P. L. Willis of Salem State Librarian 

The Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, and State Printer are elected by the people for 
four years. The Private Secretary and Assistant Secretary of State are appointed by the Gov- 
ernor. The State Librarian is elected by the Legislative Assembly for two years. 

Election. — The general election for State and" County officers is held on the first Monday of 
June, biennially. The last election was held June 6th, 1864. 

REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS. 

Senatoes. 

Benjamin F. Harding of Salem Term expires March 3, 1865. 

James W. Nesmith of Dallas Term expires March 3, 1867. 

Representative. 
J. H. D. Henderson Term expires March 3, 1867. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 
Third Regular Session, held 1864. 

The Legislative Assembly is composed of a Senate and House of Representatives, and con- 
venes biennially at Salem, on the second Monday in September. 

The Senate is composed of eighteen members, elected for four years. The House of Repre- 
sentatives is composed of thirty-eight members, elected for two years. Each House chooses all 
of its own officers, and i9 newly organized at each biennial session. 



OREGON LEGISLATURE JUDICIARY. 53 



.Mi:mi:kk>. oi the Senate. 

Baker and Umatilla Counties. — James M. Pyle. 

Benton County- \. O. Hovey.t 

Clackamas County— "H. W. fcddy. 

Washington, ColumMa, Clatsop and Tillamook Counties— T.H Cornelius. 

Douglas, < oot and Curry — Jamee Watson, % G. S. Hinsdale. 

Jackson County — J:it.< >l> Wscner.t 

Josephine County — C. M. CaldtceU. 

lane < ounty— 8. B. Cranston. 0. K. Crissman.t 

Linn County— D. W. Ballard.t B. Cur/. 

Marion County — F. W. Grim.t Wm. Greenwood.t 

Multnomah County— -J. 11. Mitchell, t 

Polk County — J< >hn A. Frazer. 

Wasco County — Z. Donnell. 

Yamhill County — Joel PalmerJ 

Those marked t hold over from 1862. Those marked % Members of the House in 1862. 
| Speaker of the House in 1S62. 

Me.mp.ers of the House of Representatives. 

Baker County- Daniel Chaplin, Samuel Colt. 

Benton County — J. Qnlon Thornton, J. Gin<_'les. 

( lackamas < ounty-rOwen Wade, E. T. T. Fisher. H. W. Shipley. 

Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook Counties — P. W. Gillette.t 

( 'oos Old < Htrry — Isaac Hacker. 

Douglas County— Athens Iieland, E. W. Otey, P. C. Parker. 

Jackson County— J. D. Fay.\ W. F. Songer, Thos. F. Beall. 

Josephine County— -Isaac Cox. 

Lane County — J. B. Underwood. G. Callison, A. MeCormick. 

/.in a Vounty—3. P. Tate. J. N. Perkins. H. A. McCartney. Pobert Glass. 

Marion County — I. R. Moores.t J. J. Murphy, H. S. Turner, Jno. C. Cartwright 

Multnomah County — P. Wasserman.t John Powell, L. H. Wakefield. 

Polk County — J. S. Holman, C. Lafollet. 

Umatilla County — La Fayette Lane. 

Washington County — Wilson Bo\vlby,|| D. C. Quick. 

Wasco County — A. J. Borland. 

Yamhill County — G. W. Lawson, Henry Warren. 

Union Members in Ponian — Opposition in Italics. Those marked t were Members of the 
last House. |[ President of the last Senate. 

OREGON JUDICIARY. 

The Judicial power of the State is vested in a Supreme Court and five Circuit Courts. The 
Supreme Court consists of five Justices (chosen in districts by the electors thereof), who are 
also Judges of the Circuit Court in their respective districts. Their term of office is six years. 

District Attorneys. — There is one Prosecuting Attorney in each Judicial District, elected 
by the people for two years. 

Supreme Coukt. 

Dist. Salary. Teem Expires. 

3d Reuben P. Boise Chief Justice $2,000 Sept., 1870. 

2.1 R. E. Stratton Associate Justice 2,000 Sept., 1ST0. 

1st P. P. Prim Associate Justice 2,000 Sept., 1866. 

4th E. D. Shattuck Associate Justice 2,000 Sept., 1S6S. 

5th J. G. Wilson Associate Justice 2,000 Sept., 1ST0. 

Sessions. — At the seat of Government, on the first Monday in September, annually. 

Judicial Districts. 

First District. — Jackson and Josephine. 

Second District. — Coos, Curry, Lane, Benton, and Douglas. 

Third District. — Linn, Marion, Polk, and Yamhill. 

Fourth District.— Clackamas. Multnomah, Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook, and Washington. 

Fifth District. — Wasco, Umatilla, and Baker. 

Sessions. — For terms of Circuit Court see the respective counties of each district. 



54 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



District Attorneys. 



Name. Residence. 

B. F. Dowell Jacksonville. 



Dist. 
1st. 

2d J. F. Watson Corvallis 

3d Rufus Mallory Salem... 

4th E. W. Hodgkinson Portland 

5th C. R. Meigs Dalles . . . 



Term 
Salary. Expires. 

$500 July, 1866. 

500 July, 1866. 

500 July, 1866. 

500 July. 1S66. 

500 July, 1866. 



OREGON STATE MILITIA. 
Addison C. Gibbs, Commander-in-Chief. 
The State Militia is organized into one Division, which is divided into three Brigades, and 
each Brigade into three Eegimental Districts. Joel Palmer, Major-General Commanding, 
Dayton. 

First Brigade 
Comprises the counties of Jackson, Josephine, Douglas, Coos, and Curry. E. L. Applegate, 
Brig.-Gen. Commanding, Ashland. 

Second Brigade 
Comprises the counties of Lane, Linn. Benton, Polk, Marion, Yamhill, Clackamas, "Washing- 
ton, Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook, and Multnomah. Stephen Coffin, Brig.-Gen. Commanding, 
Portland. 

Third Brigade 
Comprises the counties of Wasco, Baker, and Umatilla. Orlando Humason, Brig.-Gen. Com- 
manding, Dalles. 

OREGON STATE FINANCES. 
Statement of the State Treasurer, April 22, 1862. 

Amount in the Treasury, September 8, 1860 $3,899 01 

Received since that date, as State funds, from the different Counties 89,706 90 



Total 

Disbursements since September 



1860 



$93,605 91 
54,471 60 



Unexpended balance in the Treasury $39,134 31 



COUNTIES OF OREGON. 



Counties. County Seats. 

1 Baker Auburn 

2 Benton Corvallis 

3 Clackamas Oregon City . 

4 Clatsop Astoria 

5 Columbia St. Helens . . . 

6 Coos Empire City . 

7 Curry Ellensburgh . 

8 Douglas Roseburgh . . . 

9 Jackson Jacksonville. 

10 Josephine Kerbyville . . 

11 Lane Eugene City. 

12 Linn Albany 

13 Marion ., Salem 

14 Multnomah Portland 

15 Polk Dallas 

16 Tillamook 

1. T T mntilla 

18 Wasco Dalles 

19 Washington Hillsboro 



Population Voters Voters Taxable 



I860. 



1862. 1864. Property 







1,077 




3,074 


748 


572 


$1,293,047 


3,466 


909 


790 


1,403,539 


498 


135 


186 


214.277 


532 


124 


126 


244.273 


384 


201 


107 


164,523 


393 


164 


92 


201,641 


4,514 


1,432 


837 


2,010,550 


3,736 


1,564 


951 


2,082.385 


1,622 


4S0 


384 


628.982 


4,780 


1,170 


1,019 


2,297,375 


6.772 


1.567 


1,560 


2,447,557 


7,088 


1,766 


1,435 


2,7S4.068 


4,150 


1,381 


1,342 


2,789.S04 


3.625 


810 


792 


1,828,470 


95 


32 


74S 


21,358 


1.689 


573 


1,466 


750,400 


2,S01 


632 


515 


1,044,760 


3,245 


857 


719 


1,679,942 



20 Yamhill Lafayette 

52,464 14,898 1471S $23,886,951 

Terms of County Officers.— The County Judge is elected for four years and the other 
county officers for two years. The terms of all the county officers begin and end in July. 



WASHINGTON - TERRITORY. 


55 


WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 




Capital — Olympia. 




EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. 




Federal Officers. 




Residence. 


Salary. 


William Pickering Governor Olympia 

El wo<«l Evans Secretary Olympia 


$3,000 

2,000 

L200 


Territorial Officers. 




William Cock. Treasurer Olympia 


Commissions. 

$100 

300 

Fees. 


Janus <'. Head Librarian Olympia 

T. F. MeElruy Public Printer Olympia 


JUDICIARY. 




Supreme Court. 




Christopher C. Hewitt Chief Justice Olympia 


$2,500 

2,500 


Etbelbert P. Oliphant Associate Justiee "Walla Walla 


2,500 


Officers of Supreme Court. 




Richard Lane Clerk Olympia 

El wood Evans Reporter Olympia 

John J. McGilvra C S. Attorney Olympia 


Fees. 

$250 and fees. 
$250 and fees. 






Territorial Prosecuting Attorneys. 




1st District Sheldon B. Fargo Walla Walla 


$200 and fees 
200 and fees 
200 and fees 




8d District H. M. McGill Olympia, 


REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS. 




George E. Cole, of Olympia Delegate Term expires, 


March 3, 1865. 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 




The Legislative Assembly of Washington consists of the Council and House of Represen- 
tatives, and convenes annually, on the first Monday in December. The Council is comiosed of 
nine members, elected for three years, one-third going out annually; and the House of Repre- 
sentatives is composed of thirty members, elected for one year. 



56 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



COUNTIES OF WASHINGTON. 



County. County Seat. 

Chehalis Montesano 

Clallam New Dunginess. 

Clarke Vancouver , 

Cowlitz Monticeilo 

Ferguson 

Island Coupeville , 

Jefferson Port Townsend . 

King Seattle 

EitsaD Port Madison 

Klikitat Rockland 

Lewis Claquato 

Mason .- Oakland 

Pacific Oysterville 

Pierce Steilacooin 

Skamania Cascades 

Snohomish Mukilteo 

Stevens... Colville 

Thurston Olympia 

Wahkiakum Cathlamet 

Walla Walla Walla Walla 

Whatcom Whatcom 



Est. Pop. Vote fok Peop. Val. 

Del., 1863. 1863. 

55 $72,403 

135 57,708 

334 618.203 

96 12,504 



1863. 



270 

1,384 



294 
531 
427 
544 
230 
384 
162 
420 

1,115 

285 

77 

674 

1,507 
42 

1,917 
352 

12,906 



103 


191,281 


270 


241,854 


173 


203,594 


231 


463,796 


64 


304,000 


140 


220.088 


55 


46.216 


101 


101,533 


201 


532,681 


83 


219.443 


69 


22,738 


90 


142,174 


343 


664.646 


12 


6,300 


590 


1,112,911 


88 


148,263 



8,233 



$5,482,521 



IDAHO TERRITORY. 

Capital — Lewiston. 

EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. 

Caleb Lyon of New York Governor. 

William B. Daniels of Oregon Secretary. 

B. F. Lambkin of Idaho Territorial Auditor. 

13. S. Payne of Oregon United States Marshal. 

Charles Ilutchins of Washington Indian Agent. 

Copeland Townsend of Colorado Indian Agent. 

A. L. Downer of Wisconsin U. S. Commissioner. 

JUDICIARY. 
Supreme Court. 



Silas Woodson Chief Justice 

Samuel C. Park of Illinois Associate Justice 

Alexander C. Smith of Washington Associate Justice . 



Salary. 

$2,500 

2.500 

2,500 



REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS. 



Residence. Term Expires. 

Wm. II. Wallace Delegate Lewiston ...March 4, 1865. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

The Legislative Assembly of Idaho consists of the Council and House of Representatives, 
and convenes annually on the first Monday in December. The Council consists of seven 
members, elected for two years; and the House of Representatives is composed of thirteen 
members, elected for one year. But the Legislative Assembly may, by enactment, increase the 
number of the Council to thirteen, and the Representatives to twenty-six. Sessions are limited 
to forty days, except the first, which may continue sixty days. 



MONTANA. UT A II. 



51 



( ouirrras of Idaho. 



Xamh. I v Bl IT. 

Altnras Esmeralda. 

Boise Idaho City. 

Idaho Florence. 

.\. v Perce Lewiston. 



County Seat. 



X A \i K. 

Oneida Soda Sr>rine-s. 

Owj hee Baby ( it y. 

Bhoshone Pierce City. 



MONTANA TERRITORY. 

Sidney Edgerton of Ohio Governor. 

The Legislative Assembly of Montana Territory, consists of the Council and House of Repre- 
sentative.-, and convenes annually. The Council consists of nine members (which number may 
be Increased to thirteen), elected for two years. The Housed Representatives consists of fifteen 
members (which number may be increased to twenty-six), elected for one year. 

COUNTIES OF MONTANA. 

Name. County Seat. 

Deer Lodge Idaho City. 

Jefferson Gallatin. 

Madison Virginia City. 

Missoula Wordensville. 



Havel County Seat. 

Beaver Head Bannack City. 

Big Born 

Chotean Fort Benton. 

Dawson Fort Andrew. 



UTAH TERRITORY. 

Capital — Great Salt Lake City. 

FEDERAL OFFICERS.— 1862. 



Name. 



Office. Salary. 

James Duane Doty, of Wis Governor $2,500 

Amoe Beed Secretary 2.000 

O.H.Irish Superintendent Indian Affairs 

Jesse C. Little L T . S. Assessor 

Robert T. Burton U. S. Collector 

TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. 

Salary. 

David C. Calder Treasurer $200 

William Clayton Auditor 200 

Seth M. Blair Attorney-General 

Theodore McKean Road Commissioner •. . . Fees. 

J. D. T. McAllister Marshal Fees. 

Jesse W. Fox Surveyor Fees. 

John V. Lyon Librarian 400 

William Clayton Recorder of Marks and Brands Fees. 

Nathan Davis Sealer of Weights and Measures Fees. 

Albert P. Rock wood . . Warden of Penitentiary 1,000 

Robert L. Campbell Superintendent Common Schools 



JUDICIARY. 

Supreme Court. 



John Titus of Pennsylvania Chief Justice 

Charles B. Walte of Illinois. Associate Justice.. 

Thomas J. Drake of Michigan Associate Justice. 

3* 



Salary. 
.. $2,500 
. . 2,500 
. . 2,500 



- 



o 

18 I PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTEE. 



- 






Officers of Supreme Court. 



Bfosea Stout of Utah U. S. Attorney $200 & fees. 

Isaac L. Gibbs of Nebraska U.S. Marshal 200 & fees. 

Wm. J. Appleby Clerk of Supreme Court 

Judicial Districts. 

First District. — Composed of Millard, San Pete, Juab, Utah, and "Wasatch counties; no 
resident Judge; William Snow, Lehi, District Attorney; sessions, first Monday in June. 

Second District. — Composed of Washington, Iron, and Beaver counties; Judgeship vacant; 
Hosea Stout, District Attorney, St. George; sessions, third Monday in May. ^ 

ThieD District. — Composed of Tooele, Great Salt Lake, Summit, Green Eiver, Cache, Box 
Elder, Weber, Morgan, and Davis counties; Chief Justice John Titus, Judge; sessions, second 
Monday in March for Territorial business, and last Monday in March for United States business. 



REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS. 
John F. Kinney, delegate Term expires March 3, 1865. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

The Legislative Assembly is composed of a Council and House of Representatives, and con- 
venes annually at Great Salt Lake City, on the second Monday of December. Term of session, 
forty days. 

The Council is composed of thirteeen members, elected for two years. The House of Rep- 
resentatives is composed of twenty-six members, elected annually, on the first Monday in 
August. Each House chooses its own officers. 

Election.— The general election of Utah is held on the first Monday in August. 



THE MORMON CHURCH; 
Or, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

First Presidency. — The first quorum of authority in the Church is the First Presidency, and 
is composed of three members, viz. : Briyham Young. Heber C. Kimball, Daniel H. Wells. 

Twelve Apostles. — The next quorum in authority is the Twelve Apostles, viz. : Orson Hyde, 
Ofsoil Pratt, John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, George A. Smith. Amasa M. Lyman, Ezra T. Ben- 
son. Charles C. Rich, Lorenzo Snow, Erastus Snow, Franklin D. Richards, George Q. Cannon. 

Seventies. — The next quorum in authoritjr is the Seventies. The seventy members that con- 
stitute the first quorum of seventies, are all presidents of the first ten quorums of seventies, 
making sewn presidents to each quorum; the members of all the other quorums of seventies 
number sixty-three, each quorum having seven presidents. There are sixty-eight quorums of 
seventies organized in Utah Territory. 

High Priests. — There is a quorum of High Priests, the numerical extent of which is not 
defined This quorum has a president and two counsellors. 

There are also quorums of Elders, Priests. Teachers, and Deacons. 

The Seventies and High Priests in the various settlements in this Territory have meetings, 
and are regulated by a local presidency, separate from, but subordinate to, the standing presi- 
dencies of their quorums. 

John Smith (son of Hyram Smith) is presiding Patriarch. There are several other patriarchs 
in the church. 

If icii Council. — There is a High Council, composed of twelve members, organized at Great 
Salt Lake City, and in all the principal settlements of the Territory. 

Bishops. — The Territory is divided into wards, over each ward is a Bishop, with two counsel- 
lors. Great Salt Lake City is divided into twenty wards. Edward Hunter is the presiding 
Bishop. 

MEMBERSHIP.— In the Territory, the numerical membership of the church will nearly corre- 
spond with the population. Throughout the United States there are branches and members of 
the church, but at present so disorganized that the number is noi known. 

There are organized branches and conferences of the church throughout England, Scotland, 
Ireland, Wales. Denmark, Norway, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and in other parts of the world. 



ARIZONA. RECEIPTS OF TREASURE. 



50 



COUNTIES OF UTAH. 
•sir. Coin i ! Sc\r. Est. Pop. 1862. Assessed Pkot-ertt. 

1. Beaver Beaver 1,086 $:>i'.M4 

2. Box Elder Brigham City 2,282 165,200 



::. Cache Logan. 



.;..■_".>■_'. 



...5,117. 
. .lT.v-.; 

80. 

..1,694. 
...1,155. 



4. l>.ivi> Fannlngton 

~>. Great Salt Lake Great Bait Luke City.. 

io River Port Supply 

7. [tod Parowan 

5. Jua!. Sepal 

9. Kane <;ral - t<>n . 

io. Millard Fillmore 8,038. 

11. Morgan Weber City 768 

1:1 San l\-;e.".'.'."...".'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'..!Mauti..'.".'..'.V.\'..".'...'...'.'..'.*..6,4S9^ 

14. Summit Wanship 1,652. 

15. Tooele Rich ville 1,897 . 

10. Utah Provo 10.163. 

17. Wasatch Ileber. 1,295. 

1-. Washington St. George 7,02S. 

19. "Weber Ogden 6,279. 

79,193 



512,314 
442.604 
L052,846 



100,280 

64,604 



32S.252 
36.642 
175,026 
766,224 



. 58,316 
375,990 



$5,051,176 



ARIZONA TERRITORY. 

Capital — Prescott. 

EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. 

lohn N. Goodwin of Maine Governor. 

Secretary. 



Richard C. McCormick of New York . . 

Turner of Iowa 

Joseph P. Allen of Connecticut 

William S. Howell of Michigan... 

Bashford of Illinois 

Charles I). Poston of Kentucky. 

Milton B. Dufheld 



.Chief Justice. 
.Associate Justice. 
. Associate Justice. 
..Surveyor-General. 
.Supt. of Indian Affairs. 



. of California U. S. Marshal. 



RECEIPTS OF TREASURE 
In San Francisco, from the Interior, during the years I860, 1S61, 1862, 1863, and part of 1S64. 





Northern 
Mines. 


Southern 
Mines. 


Coast- 
wise. 


TotaL 




$15,864,095 
1S,169,523 


$5,52S,375 
5,649,700 


$•; 

1,616,664 
3,353,359 


$21,392,470 


1860. -j July to Dec 


23,819,223 




[Total 


34,033.618 


11.178.075 


45,211,693 




16,697,589 
15,62S,274 


4,704,168 
4,659,046 


21,401,757 


1S61.-J July to Dec 


20,287,320 


(.Total 




32.325,863 


9,363.214 


41,689,077 




15,823,622 
18,571,475 


3,451,468 
4,703,234 


19,265,090 
23,274,709 


1362. \ July to Dec 


j * 




[Total 


34,385,097 


8.154.702 


42.539.799 




1S,707,130 
19,203,265 


3,718,376 
3,693,555 


24,042,170 
26,255,179 


1863. -j Julv to Dec 


( Total 


37.915.395! 7,411.931 


4.970,023 i 50,297,849 


1S64. January to June 


20,554,129 


I 3.469,536 


2,369,762 


26,393,427 



60 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



Export of Treasure from San Francisco, during this Ten Years ending 1* 



Y EARS. 


To Eastern 
Ports. 


To 
England. 


To 

China. 


To other 
Countries. 


Total. 


1854 

1855 

1856 


$46,533,166 
38,730,564 
39.895,294 
35,'531,778 
35,891,236 
40,146,437 
35,719,296 
32,628,011 
26.194,035 
10,389,330 

$341,659,147 


$3,781,0S0 
5,182.156 
8.666,289 
9,847,743 
9,265,739 
3,910,930 
2,072,986 
4,061,779 
12,950,140 
2S,467,256 

$88,306,054 


$965,887 
889,675 
1,308,852 
2,993,264 
1,916,007 
3,100,756 
3,374,680 
3,541.279 
2,660,754 
4,206.370 

$24,957,524 


$765,500 
859,336 
827,0* 

1,108,907 
475,044 
482,389 
559,004 
445,689 
756,832 

3,008,963 

$8,783,613 


$52,045,633 
45,161,731 
50.697,434 


1857 

1858 

1859 


48,976,697 
47,548.026 
47,640,462 


1860 


42,325,916 


1861 


40,676,758 


1862 

1863 


42.561,761 
46,071,920 








$463,706,338 



Export of Treasure from San Francisco, during the First Six Months of 1864. 

To New York, $5,607,939 68 ; to England, $19,835,269 69 ; to China, $2,911,712 94; to Panama, 
$186,274 84; to Manila, $150,135 73; to Mexico, $130,265 34; to Hawaiian Islands. $46,888 10; 
to Havana, $8,000; to Japan, $10,275; to Puntarenas, $7,000; to Victoria, V. I., $100,000. Total, 
$28,993,711 27. 



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 



PUBLISHED IN THE PACIFIC STATES. 



Where Published. 

Alamo 

Auburn 

Auburn 

Columbia 

Colusa 

Copper City . . . . 

Downieville 

Downieville . . 

Dutch Flat 

Eureka 

Folsom 

Grass Valley. . . 

Healdsburg 

Horsetown 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Mariposa 

Mariposa 

Markleeville 

Marysville 

Marysville 

Mokelurnne Hill.. 

Monterey 

Monitor 

Napa City 

Napa City 

Napa City 

Nevada 



CALIFORNIA. 

Name. Issue. Publis 

,Pac. Cum. Presbvter Semi-monthly T. M. Johnson & Son. 

Placer Herald . . . Weekly T. & C H. Mitchell. 

Stars and Stripes Weekly John < :. Boggs. 

Tuolumne Courier Weekly J. 0, Duchow. 

Colusa Sun Weekly Addington & Green. 

.Copper City Pioneer Weekly W. L. Carter. 

.Mountain Messenger Weekly Dewey & Vaughn. 

Standard Semi- Weekly Mat. Lynch. 

.Dutch Flat Inquirer Weekly E. B. Boust. 

Humboldt Times Weekly Wiley & Bohall. 

.Telegraph Weekly Mrs. O. D. Avaline. 

Grass Valley National Tri-Weekly Byrne & Co. 

Advertiser Weekly Fenno & Warren. 

Northern Argus Weekly James L. Hart. 

Amador Dispatch Weekly Giles G. Crandall. 



Amador Ledger Weekly T. A. Springer. 

. Los A ngeles News Tri- Weekly Conway «fc Waite. 

.Los Angeles Star Weekly H. Hamilton. 

. Mariposa Gazette Weekly A. M. Swaney. 

.Mariposa Free Press Weekly J. H. Lawrence. 

Alpine Chronicle Semi-Weekly Robt. M. Folder. 

California Express Daily and Weekly . . Express Printing Co. 

Marysville Appeal Daily and Weekly. .Appeal Association. 

.Calaveras Chronicle Weekly Chronicle Pub. Co. 

Monterey Gazette Weekly J. K. Acklin. 

Monitor Gazette W eekly Noble & Co. 

.Napa Register Weekly N. K. White. 

Napa County Reporter Weekly Lank, Higgins & Co. 

.Pacific Echo Weekly Alex. Montgomery. 

Nevada Gazette Daily Nevada Gazette Co. 



JTEWSPAPEBfl AND PERIODICALS. 61 



Wiikkk I'l husiik;>. N\ik. Isvik. PtTBLISH£B& 

Nevada Nevada Transcript Daily Brown v\: Deal. 

North San Juan Ban Juan Press Weekly <». I'. Btidger. 

Oakland Oakland News Weekly Wm. Gagan. 

Oroville Union Record Weekly \\';iirstat) & De Mott. 

- ille Owensville Herald Weekly W. L. Ransom. 

Pacb< <•«> Contra Costa Gazette Weekly Hunker A Theobalds. 

Petal i una Petaluma Journal and Argna. Weekly McNabb & Cassiday. 

Placer \ ille Mi hi 11 tain Democrat Weekly GelwicksA .January. 

Placers ille Placerville News Daily .* J. & H. A. Tarnell. 

Qnincy Qnincy Union Weekly Plumas Printing Co. 

Red Bluff independent Semi-Weekly Chalmers & Bishop. 

Redwood City Ban Mateo County Gazette ..Weekly David Downer <fc Co. 

Bacramento. Lee " Daily L. P. Davis & Co. 

Sacramento Evening Star Daily Star Printing Association. 

Bacramento Bacramento Union Daily and Weekly Jas. Anthony & Co. 

San Andrea.- San Andreas Register Weekly W. M. Denig & Co. 

San Francisco U)end Post Daily." L. Elocsser & Co. 

>an Francisco Alta California .Daily and Weekly . .F. McOrellish & Co. 

Ban Francisco American Flag Daily D. O. McCarthy. 

San Francisco. Argns Semi-Weekly John McComb & Co. 

Ban Francisco California Chronik Weekly Brauer '& Co. 

San Francisco. ... California Democrat Daily F. Hess & Co. 

San Francisco California Farmer Weekly Colonel Warren. 

San Francis o California i edger Weekly Masee Brothers. 

San Francisco California Magazine Monthly Brooks & Lawrence. 

San Francifco ( 'alilornian Weekly 

San Francisco California Teacher. .. Monthly . Resident Editors. 

San Francisco christian Advocate Weekly Rev. E. Tnomas, Editor. 

San Francisco Democratic Press Daily." Moss & Brown. 

San Francisco Dispatch Daily H. Wheelock & Co. 

,San Francisco El P2co Del Pacifico Daily E. Derbec. 

Ban Francisco El Nnevo Mundo. Daily Jose M. Vigil & Co. 

San Francisco Evangel Semi-Monthly Rev. D. B. Cheney, Ed. 

San Francisco Evening Bulletin Daily and Weekly. .San Fran. Bulletin Co. 

San Francisco Gleaner" Weekly lulius Eckman. 

San Francisco Golden Era Weekly Brooks & Lawrence. 

San Franci.-co Hebrew Weekly Philo Jacoby & Co. 

San Francisco Irish News Weekly Jeffrey Nunan. 

San Francisco La Voz De Mejico Tri- Weekly Antonio Mancillas. 

San Francisco L'Echo Du Pacifique Daily E. Durbec. 

Ban Francisco Le National Weekly Th. Thiele & Co. 

San Francisco L' Union Franco American . .Weekly Leon Chemin. 

t>an Francisco Medical Press Monthly E. D. Lane. 

San Francisco Medical and Burg. Journal. . . Monthly V. J. Eburgeaud, M. D. 

Ban Francisco Mercantile Gazette Weekly E. I). Waters. 

San Francisco Mining and Scientific Press. .Weekly Dewey & Co. 

San Francisco Monitor Weekly T. A. Brady. 

San Francisco Moraine Call Daily ." Jas. J. Ayres & Co. 

Ban Francisco Nautical Magazine. ... Monthly -John II. Bell. 

San Francisco News Letter Weekly F. Marriott. 

San Francisco Pacific Weekly Towne & Bacon. 

San Francisco Pacific Almanac Annually H. U. Bancroft & Co. 

San Francisco Pacific Appeal Weekly." Peter Anderson. 

San Francisco Pacific Monthly Monthly Lisle Lester. 

San Francisco Police Gazette Weekly F. S. Harlow & Brother. 

San Francisco San Francisco Directory Annually Henry G. Langley. 

San Francisco Spirit of the Times Weekly Chase & Boruck. 

San Francisco Sunday Mercury Weekly J. M. Foard & Co. 

San Francisco Union Temperance Journal Weekly T. W. Lockwood & Co. 

San Francisco Western Evangelist Monthly J. N. Pendergast. 

San Francisco Wine, W., and S"k Jour Monthly J. Q. A. Warren. 

San Jose San Jose Mercury Weekly Owen & Cottle. 

San Jose San Jose Patriot". Weekly Murdoch & McKee. 

San Leandro Alameda County Gazette Weekly S. S. Saul. 

San Rafael Marin County Journal Weekly J. A. Barney. 

Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Sentinel Weekly Hyde & Co. 

Santa Rosa Sonoma County Democrat. . .W T eekly Thos. L. Thompson. 

Shasta Shasta Courier W T eekly John J. Coniny. 



62 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



Issue. Publishers. 

.Weekly Daniel S. Lane. 



Where Published. Name. 

Silver Mountain Silver Mountain Bulletin.., 

Snelling Merced Banner Weekly Robert J. Steele 

Sonora American Ea:?le Weekly Geo. L. Sharretts . 

Sonora. Union Democrat Weekly A. N. Francisco. 

Stockton Stockton Beacon Daily and Weekly.. William Biven. 

Stockton Stockton Independent Daily and Weekly . .Armor & Clayes. 

Suisun Solano Herald Semi- Weekly 0. B. Powers & Co. 

Suisun Solano Press Weekly H. Hubbard & Co. m 

Ukiah Mendocino Herald Weekly E. E. Budd. 

Visalia Visalia Delta Weekly W. L. Eansom. 

Watsonville Pajaro Times Weekly Kearney & Co. 

Weaverville Trinity Journal Weekly David E. Gordon. 

Woodland Woodland News Weekly S. W. Eaveley. 

Yreka Yreka Journal Weekly Eobert Nixon. 

Yreka Yreka Union Semi- Weekly Hackett & White. 

NEVADA. 

Aurora Aurora Times Weekly Eobert E. Draper. 

Aurora Esmeralda Union Daily Hatch &, Co. 

Austin Eeese Eiver Eeveille Daily Fairchild& Co. 

Carson City Carson Independent Daily Israel Crawford. 

Dayton : Sentinel Weekly Weston & Abraham. 

Gold Hill Gold Hill News Daily Lynch &, Mundall. 

lone Nye County News Weekly De Groot & Eckley. 

Unionville Humboldt Eegister Weekly W. J. Forbes. 

Virginia City Old Piute Daily .Lovejoy & Co. 

Virginia City Herald Daily Fitch & Bennett. 

Virginia City Territorial Enterprise Daily and Weekly. . Goodman & McCarthy. 

Virginia City Virginia Union Daily John Church & Co. 

Washoe City Washoe Star Weekly E. B. Wilson. 



OEEGON. 



Albany Albany Journal 

Albany Oregon Democrat. . . 

Dalles Mountaineer 

Eugene City Eugene City Eeview. 

Eugene City Oregon State Journal. 



. Daily Albany Pub. Co. 

. Weekly J. H. Hackleman. 

. Weekly Wm. H. Newell. 

. Weekly A. Noltner. 

. Weekly Kincaid & Ware. 



Ed. 



Jacksonville . .Oregon Sentinel Weekly Henry Denlinger. 

Jacksonville Oregon Intelligencer Weekly W. G. T> Vault. 

Portland . Oregonian Daily and Weekly. . Henry L Pittock. 

Portland Pac. Christ. Advocate Weekly Eev. T. H. Pearne, 

Salem Oregon Statesman Daily Oregon Publishing Co. 

Salem Oregon Arena Weekly Salem Publishing Co. 

WASHINGTON. 

Olympia Olympia Tribune Weekly Abbott & Co. 

Olympia Washington Standard Weekly John M. Murphy. 

Seattle Seattle Gazette Weekly J. E. Watson & Co. 

Steilacoom Puget So'ind Herald Weekly Charles Prosch. 

Walla Walla Washington Statesman Weekly E. E. & S. G. Eees. 



IDAHO. 

Idaho City Boise News Weekly. 

Lewiston Golden Age Weekly . 



.T.J. & J. S. Butler. 
.F. Kenyon. 



UTAH. 

Camp Douglas Union Vedette Daily Soldiers. 

Salt Lake City Deseret News Weekly Eiias Smith. 

Salt Lake City Telegraph Daily 

Spriug Lake Villa. .Farmers' Oracle Monthly J. E. Johnson. 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION'S. 



03 



Whkui: IV nu-UF.n. 

Victoria 



VANCOUVER E8LAND. 

Namk. 

British Colonist Daily ami Weekly. 

Evening Express Duly 

Victoria Victoria Chronicle D uly and Weekly. 

WEST COAST OF MEXICO. 

La Paz El Mexicano Weeklv 

Mazatlan HI Paciflco (Sp.) Weekly 

Mazatlan Mazatlan Times Weekly 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Honolulu Friend Monthly 

Honolulu Pac. Com'] Advertiser Weekly 

Honolulu [Native Paper] Weekly 

ARIZONA. 



Publishers. 

st Pub. Co. 
Wallace i Allen. 
Higgins A- MeMillian. 



.J. L. Hopkins. 
.Pablo Retes. 
.A. D. Jones. 



.Sam. C. Damon. 
.11. M. Whitney. 
.11. M. Whitney. 



Fori Whipple Arizona Miner. 



.Weekly. 



ELECTIOXS. 

POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT. 



1860. 



1856. 



Rep. 
j Lincoln. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Connecticut 

Delaware , 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa. ..." 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersi-v 

New York' 

North Carolina.. 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania ... 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina. .. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 



Total . 



39.173 

43,792 

3.S15 



172,161 

139.033 

70,409 

1.364 



62,811 
2,294 

106,533 

-.4-1 
22,069 



17.028 

37,519 

5-.324 

353.804 



231.610 

5,270 

26-.030 

12.244 

Electors 



3o.vi> 
1.929 
86.110 



Dem. 
Dousla 



13.651 

5,227 
3-v516 
15.522 

1,028 
367 
11,590 
160.215 
115.509 
55.111 
25.651 

7,625 
26,693 

5,966 
31.372 
65,057 
11.920 

3,283 

25,831 

62.^01 

303.329 

2,701 

1S7.232 

3,951 

16,765 

7,707 

chosen 

11,350 



6,849 
16,290 

65.021 



Dem. 
Breck. 



48,831 

2 -..732 
34.334 
14.641 

7,337 

-..543 
51,880 

2.404 
12.295 

L04S 
53,143 
22.6-1 

6,363 
42.4v> 

5.939 

805 

748 

40,797 

31.317 

2,112 



4 ■>.:>;:> 

11.405 

5,006 

173,871 



by Leijis 
64,709 

47.548 

218 

74.323 

B88 



Union. 

Bell. 

27,875 
20,094 

6.817 

3.291 

3.-64 

5,437 

42.-6 

4.913 

5.306 

1.763 

66,058 

20.204 

2.046 

41.760 

22.331 

405 

62 

25,040 

53.372 

441 



Jtep- 

Venior 



Dem. I Amer. 
Buchanan. Fillmore 



44.990 

12.194 

183 

12.776 



latnre. 

69,274 
15,439 

1,969 

74,631 

161 



20.691 
42.715 



96.200 
94.375 
43.954 

314 



67,179' 

2S1 

108.515 

71,762 



3>.3i5 
23.333 
276.007 



148.272 
11.467 



39.563 
291 

69.090 



46.739 

21,910 

53.365 

34,995 

8.004 

6,358 

56.57S 

105,293 

118.670 

36,170 

74.642 

22.164 

8,980 

39.115 

39.237 

52,136 



35.447 
58,164 
32.789 
46.943 

195,373 
48,246 

170,874 



230,772 
6,630 

73.038 
31.169 
10,569 
89.706 
52.843 



1,857,610 1,365,976 847,953 I 590.651 1,342,164 I 1,803,029 374.625 



2 -.552 

10.7-7 

36,165 

2,615 

6.175 

4,S33 

42,229 

87,454 

22,886 

9,180 

67.416 

20,709 

3.325 

47,460 

19.679 

1.660 



24.196 
4-.524 
422 
24.115 
124.604 
86,886 
23.126 



-2.202 
1.675 

66.178 

15.639 
545 

60.310 



Lincoln over Douglas, 491.634. 



Buchanan over Fremont. 460.865. 



64 PACIFIC ALMANAC 


AND 


REGISTER. 






OFFICIAL VOTE OF CALIFOENIA AT THE 


County. 


Governor 


Lieut. 
Governor 




Members of Con 


GRES8 




Secretary 
or State. 




P 

O 

o 

6 


k 

3' 


ft 

k 

k 

a 

5' 

CO 

«3 


h3 
60 

w 

1 

o 

a 


g" 
1 


o 

o 
*i 

a 

o 

5" 

GO 
O 

o 
5T 1 


o 

V 

3 


O 

a 
W 

2* 


3 
ft 

ax 


w 

a. 
5' 


W 

sr 

c 



Alameda 


1404 
2245 
1876 
2278 

479 
1064 

184 

3210 

S3 

502 

204 

'702 

640 

835 

632 

95 

1009 

522 

898 

2882 

2057 

1288 

3553 

361 

116 

9261 

1981 

260 

834 

481 

2034 

904 

936 

23S0 

1053 

1521 

1700 

347 

718 

533 

785 

1813 

610 

865 

1989 


804 

2064 

1490 

2029 

564 

534 

152 

2139 

378 

196 

199 

'9S2 
489 
921 
571 
329 
695 
507 
660 

1756 

1620 
766 

1944 
376 
132 

5452 

1473 
219 
340 
143 

1525 
403 
617 

1303 
999 

1124 

1712 
399 
679 
453 
604 

1864 
715 
768 

1393 


1424 
2262 
1891 
2299 

482 
1063 

184 

3217 

83 

507 

204 

735 

635 

840 

640 

90 

1008 

531 

903 

2906 

2057 

1292 

3575 

357 

120 

9410 

1990 

272 

916 

505 

2036 

913 

906 

2387 

J 053 

1580 

1692 

349 

720 

539 

791 

1821 

611 

S6S 

2004 


784 

2046 

1478 

2015 

561 

534 

151 

2121 

379 

189 

200 

'980 

495 

920 

557 

326 

695 

506 

652 

1(26 

1616 

765 

1911 

366 

129 

5266 

1463 

207 

263 

113 

1520 

396 

614 

1291 

1003 

1056 

1721 

398 

672 

447 

599 

1846 

715 

764 

1361 


1426 
2258 
1883 
22S3 

477 
1064 

184 

3216 

S3 

509 

203 

'736 

6:34 

841 

639 

97 

1009 

525 

909 

2921 

2059 

1244 

3583 

372 

118 

9427 

1991 

272 

922 

522 

2036 

909 

939 

2378 

1049 

1589 

1690 

348 

719 

537 

795 

1827 

610 

SOS 

2019 


1428 
2256 
1890 
2270 

481 
1064 

184 

3215 

83 

509 

203 

'736 

633 

841 

642 

97 

1008 

526 

910 

2909 

2059 

1294 

3582 

370 

118 

9437 

1989 

272 

922 

521 

2035 

911 

936 

2386 

1051 

1591 

1691 

34S 

717 

539 

793 

1828 

609 

867 

2017 


1429 
2257 
1890 
22 S9 

483 
1064 

184 

3218 

S3 

509 

203 

'786 

633 

838 

641 

97 

1010 

527 

907 

2909 

2059 

1294 

3568 

371 

118 

9448 

1992 

270 

919 

521 

2037 

921 

935 

2381 

1053 

1591 

1691 

348 

719 

540 

793 

1828 

610 

868 

2018 


781 

2042 

1474 

2000 

558 

529 

151 

2103 

379 

188 

197 

'978 
490 
913 
554 
326 
693 
504 
645 

1704 

1561 
761 

1884 
359 
130 

5234 

1455 
207 
258 
102 

1513 
3S6 
610 

12S3 
995 

1033 

1715 
397 
672 
445 
590 

1843 
715 
763 

1344 


778 

2043 

1475 

1999 

557 

530 

151 

210S 

37S 

188 

19S 

'977 
492 
912 
550 
326 
692 
507 
642 

1705 

1471 
759 

1906 
358 
130 

5236 

1456 
205 
259 
101 

1514 
395 
609 

128S 
995 

1037 

1715 
398 
673 
443 
5S9 

1841 
712 
764 

1347 


783 

2044 

1481 

2007 

558 

533 

151 

2123 

379 

190 

198 

'979 
494 
916 
555 
326 
695 
507 
647 

1721 

1582 
767 

1899 
366 
130 

5214 

1458 
205 
259 
101 

1518 
388 
611 

1292 
996 

1039 

1717 
399 
673 
447 
592 

1S44 
714 
763 

1345 


1426 
2260 
1889 
2295 

481 
1065 

184 

3221 

83 

509 

203 

'738 

633 

839 

642 

97 

1003 

527 

908 

2917 

2055 

1291 

3605 

371 

119 

9464 

1992 

272 

921 

520 

2035 

914 

929 

2386 

1052 

1601 

1692 

348 

719 

515 

794 

1827 

510 

868 

2022 


784 

2049 

14S0 

2009 

562 

531 

151 

2114 

379 

1S9 

199 

'978 

494 

919 

554 

326 

695 

507 

646 

1716 

1614 

769 

1878 

366 

130 

5184 

1458 

207 

259 

100 

1521 

894 

609 

1291 

1005 

1006 

1718 

398 

674 

459 

598 

1848 

710 

763 

1349 




Butte 


Calaveras 

Colusa 




Del Norte 






Humboldt 


Klamath 


Lake .- 




Mariposa 

Mendocino 




Mono 


















San Luis Obispo 


Santa Clara 










Sonoma 

Stanislaus 

Sutter 






Tuolumne 

Yolo 






G0124 
4159 


44482 

140 


60674 
4199 


4381 7 
106 


60720 
4194 


6076s 
4113 


COsiiO 
4185 


43464 
103 


48409 
111 


43586 
107 


60842 
4181 


104 






Totals 


64283.44622 


64873 


43923 


64914 


64SS1 


64985 


43567 


43520 


43693 


65023 


43694 







OFFICIAL VOTE OF CALIFORNIA. 




65 


STATE ELECTIOH HELD SEPTEMBERS, 18C3. 


State 


State 


Attorney 


SCRYEYOR 


State 


CleekSup. 


St. II 


ARB^R 


Akyixm 


PI ..i.'i:. 


TcEAf-URER 


t.l NM Al . 


CkKERAL. 


I" PINTER. 


(girt. 


COMMB'Bi 


Btju-'gact. 


z 

i 

a 

C 

c_ 

a 


C 

r. 

-. 
p 

< 

- 
9 


i 

I 

2 


Hj 

o 

i 

5" 

3 


b 

i 

o 

p_ 

o 
p 

a- 


t" 1 
C 
C 
S 

P 
<J3 


a 

o 

c 

p* 
c 
p 


i 

5* 
<< 

w 

p 
p 

¥ 


k 

c 

p 

CO 


2 
» 

p- 

o 
p 


b 

H 

1 

n 

3 

p 


> 
p 

% 

r 


a 

| 

c 


g 

a 

P- 
l 

5 
«< 

CB 

CO 


beg 

:! 

H 


Si 

n 


1428 


781 


1423 


786 


1428 


762 


1427 


7-4 


1427 


782 


1427 


784 


1426 


~780 


11 


47 


2261 




2268 


2066 


2259 


2050 


2260 


2051 


2260 


2053 


2259 


2051 


2150 


2056 


51 


2 


l88 g 


1461 


1687 


11-1 


1880 


1469 


1888 


1479 


1888 


1476 


1890 


1478 


1866 


1497 


907 


129S 


229. 




2294 


2011 




2*07 


2296 


2006 


2294 


2007 


2298 


2004 


2296 




659 


21 


481 


561 


479 


562 


461 


£61 


462 


559 


482 


560 


480 


561 


462 


£61 


107 


11 


li 64 


531 


1075 


518 


1065 


531 


1065 


531 


1064 


531 


1063 


531 


1004 


580 


751 


5 


165 


in 


184 


151 


184 


151 


165 


151 


184 


151 


184 


151 


182 


158 


177 


67 


8211 


- 2{ 


8208 


2185 


£217 


2124 


8218 


2127 


3217 


2125 


3219 


2129 


3216 


2126 


1412 


157 


83 


38i 


52 


880 


88 


360 


83 


880 


83 


379 


83 


380 


83 


379 








189 




190 


509 


189 


5C9 


169 


509 


189 


51 !' 


190 


509 


169 


*377 


"l49 


2(i8 


199 


202 


202 


203 


199 


203 


199 


203 


199 


202 


201 


203 


200 


67 


10 


'786 


'971 


*821 


*894 


*737 


*968 


*782 


"9S0 


'736 


*979 


'736 


"980 


*736 


'979 


*266 


"770 


632 


494 




494 


632 


494 


683 


494 


683 


493 


633 


494 


630 


494 


329 


22 


840 


919 


841 


919 


828 


918 


839 


918 


839 


919 


889 


917 


841 


917 


113 


1 


643 


512 


641 


556 


643 


554 


640 


555 


642 


553 


644 


553 


640 


555 


110 


19 


07 


827 


96 


327 


96 


327 


96 


328 


96 


326 


97 


326 


97 


327 


49 


174 


10C5 


695 


. 1002 


697 


1002 


695 


1(05 


694 


1002 


695 


1004 


696 


1004 


695 


959 


2 


529 


|607 


546 


486 


528 


50S 


528 


507 


526 


528 


527 


508 


527 


509 


67 


229 


! 08 


648 


908 


650 


90S 


585 


907 


645 


909 


656 


909 


588 


807 


647 


7 


586 


2915 


1720 


2859 


1777 


2914 


1720 


2917 


1719 


2916 


1721 


2911 


1723 


1708 


1619 


2773 


7 


g052 


1620 


2042 


1681 


2054 


1614 


2054 


1616 


2054 


1612 


2017 


1640 


2057 


1614 


1291 


1566 


1298 


TCi 


1292 


768 


1293 


767 


1292 


765 


1289 


770 


1292 


76G 


1290 


769 


75 


22 


3590 


1909 


3571 


1919 


:;r.i; 


1908 


35-5 


1912 


3586 


1912 


3583 


1909 


3567 


1916 


3283 


216 


369 


364 


368 


369 


371 


B66 


860 


365 


361 


368 


371 


366 


371 


3C8 


22 


11 


119 


131 


119 


130 


118 


130 


119 


130 


119 


130 


119 


130 


118 


130 


40 


42 


9444 


5194 


9441 


5239 


9440 


5203 


9444 


5210 


9455 


5213 


*944S 


5209 


9396 


5234 


9790 


63 


1991 


1460 


1990 


1460 


]!»- 


1461 


1992 


1459 


1989 


1462 


1988 


1458 


1991 


1459 


609 


88 


272 


207 


286 


191 


272 


207 


272 


207 


272 


207 


271 


207 


274 


202 







919 


260 


921 


259 


919 


260 


920 


260 


917 


260 


919 


260 


922 


256 


'l97 


422 


523 


100 


rvj 


73 


521 


101 


523 


101 


523 


101 


522 


101 


522 


9S 


49 


2 


2085 


1522 


2i 30 


1524 


2088 


1521 


2035 


1522 


2034 


1522 


2035 


1522 


2035 


1523 


1669 


1218 


914 


396 


914 


391 


912 


895 


914 


396 


913 


395 


914 


396 


914 


393 


472 


91 


941 


611 


938 


613 


940 


612 


940 


611 


939 


612 


989 


613 


940 


612 


858 


554 


2! s5 


1289 


23>3 


1293 


2:>5 


1290 


2866 


1291 


23-5 


1290 


2384 


1293 


2384 


1292 


867 


58 


1057 


1001 


1050 


1007 


1052 


1002 


H .53 


1004 


1050 


1005 


1053 


1005 


1052 


1003 


3S0 


174 


1606 


998 


1603 


1009 


1592 


1002 


1515 


1009 


16(9 


1001 


1608 


1000 


1603 


1002 


148 


14 


1690 


1720 


1706 


1707 


1691 


1721 


1691 


1718 


1693 


1719 


1691 


1721 


1690 


1719 


727 


1S68 


348 


399 


349 


399 


349 


898 


848 


399 


847 


400 


348 


399 


347 


398 






718 


GT4 


723 


675 


719 


674 


719 


674 


719 


674 


719 


674 


719 


674 


*271 


"i96 


541 


443 


540 


446 


540 


445 


542 


444 


541 


444 


541 


444 


541 


442 


463 


29 


792 


598 


789 


601 


794 


598 


794 


598 


793 


597 


794 


596 


798 




565 


1 


1S26 


1848 


1828 


1-4C, 


1826 


1847 


1628 


1847 


162S 


1846 


182S 


1846 


1825 


1850 


534 


362 


r,i 19 


712 


609 


711 


609 


711 


610 


711 


610 


711 


609 


712 


610 


711 


92 


203 


SfiS 


763 


867 


764 


667 


763 


868 


762 


868 


762 


688 


763 


868 


764 


1.91 


308 


2022 


1350 


2012 


1362 


2014 


1351 


2031 


1348 


2023 


1349 


2024 


1853 


2022 


1354 


642 


128 


60846 






























4193 


102 


4116 


109 


4033 


106 


4137 


105 4184 


103 


4155 


106 


4066 


107 


153 


1 


65039 


43730 


64984 


43768 


64777 


43615 


64&S7 43760 165018 


437S9 


64954 


48690 63614 


43111 


33450 


11234 



Q6 PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 




v 


CALIFOENIA ELECTIONS. 


VOTE FOE PEESIDENT.- 


-1860. 




VOTE FOE GOV.— 1861. 


CO UNTIES. 


Lin- 
coln. 


Doug- 
las. 


Bkek 


Bell. 


CON- 

NESS, 

U.D. 


M r CoN 

NELL, 

B.D. 


Stan- 

FOUD, 

Eep. 




1,033 
995 

1,436 
980 
258 
610 
174 

2,119 

53 

334 

92 


514 

1,865 

1,502 

1,876 

235 

415 

S8 

2,694 

22 

445 

377 


4S2 

946 

1,171 

1,718 

386 

390 

217 

1,897 

272 

232 

163 


62 
178 
327 
240 

73 
134 

89 
334 
123 

20 

36 


511 

1,258 

1,234 

1,606 

198 


356 

827 
1,106 
1,572 

581 


1,932 
1,299 
1,732 
1,980 
348 




I Butte 










64 

2,202 

78 

360 

235 

54 

198 

205 

537 

273 

87 

518 

305 

277 

1,521 

1,468 

602 

2,836 

261 

52 

3,178 

414 

102 

383 

436 

371 

183 

231 

1,076 

1,200 

1,280 

456 

379 

290 

976 

368 

777 

336 

367 

859 


213 

1,370 
316 
205 
3.01 
167 

1,195 
309 
710 
559 
309 
528 
235 
553 

1,779 
S93 
517 

1,127 
401 
90 

1,243 

1,533 
200 
100 
24 

1,081 
367 
415 
62S 

1,423 
717 
689 

1,616 
570 

1,636 
507 
608 
670 
694 

1,425 


172 

2,775 

54 

402 

198 

92 

455 

591 

566 

498 

59 

350 

499 

767 

3,250 

2,222 

659 

3,264 

297 

122 

10,728 

1.837 

176 

702 

131 

1,995 

916 

247 

626 

2,147 

1,168 

1,449 

1,608 

558 

2,025 

405 

888 

153 

726 

2,014 














356 

408 
261 
198 
42 


494 

282 

489 

235 

52 


703 
286 
815 
498 
233 


201 

38 

319 

116 

64 




J Mariposa 








307 

440 

2,536 

1,741 
458 

2,670 

307 

81 

6,819 

1,181 
148 
389 
46 

1,465 

672 

' 167 

464 

1,467 
954 
681 

1,236 
404 

1,633 
244 
593 
131 
535 

1,665 


234 

518 

2,366 

1,857 

50S 

2,833 

224 

29 

4,030 

733 

120 

542 

305 

880 

286 

232 

1,094 

1,541 

1,501 

602 

612 

440 

1.501 

495 

885 

211 

482 

1,858 


242 

674 

1,652 

1,447 

403 

1,686 

191 

148 

2,562 

1,372 

154 

130 

123 

722 

318 

483 

533 

1,349 

757 

747 

1,466 

439 

2,036 

306 

516 

573 

606 

1,875 


5 
141 
403 
776 
211 
352 
98 
8 
944 
199 

' " " 41 

' ' 109 
128 

67 
252 
389 
517 
292 
450 

41 
371 
219 
153 
409 

73 
158 
















































Trinity 




Yolo 






33,733 


37,999 


33,969 


9,111 


30,944[ 


32,751 56,036 


Lincoln over Douglas 73 

Douglas over Breckinridge 4,03( 


j Stanford o^er Con 
) Stanford over McC 






25 092 


onnell. 




23,285 


' 













ELECTIONS — OREGON AXD "WASHIXGTOX. 



C7 



OREGON ELECTION. 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMAN — JTTWE Cxil, 1 m'>4 . 



Couirnsa J. II. I>. Hkndkbson. J. K. Kki.lv. 

590 4-7 

318 254 

522 268 

144 45 

61 65 

59 57 

68 24 

5(18 329 

447 504 

174 201 

527 492 

799 761 



Counties. J. H. D. Henderson. J. K. Kelly. 

Marion 1,069 866 

.Multnomah 950 392 

Polk 462 830 

Tilamook — 

Umatilla 352 

Washington 872 

Wasco 883 

Yamhill 423 

8,728 

Henderson's majority, 2,635. 



396 
148 
5-3 
296 

6,093 



WASHINGTON TERRITORY ELECTION. 
OFFICIAL vote for DELEGATE — JULY 13th, 1863. 



Coitnties. 


P • 

b 
P 


D 
O 


c 
i 

3 

12- 
.... 

"*2 
12 
2 
2 

'"4 
22 

38 

"25 

120 


GO 


® 

3" 





a 


Ch*halia 


22 
59 

173 
39 
72 

148 
68 

130 
25 
63 
11 
95 
36 
48 
35 
56 

132 

898 

32 

1.642 


21 
74 

160 
57 
31 

120 
93 
99 
37 
77 
90 

106 
19 
35 
30 
12 

171 
12 

146 
56' 

1.446 


"21 

23 


55 


Clallam 


133 


Clark.- 


334 


Cowlitz 


96 


Island 


103 




270 




173 




231 


Klikitat 


64 


Lewis 


140 

101 




201 




55 




83 




69 




90 


Thurston 


343 


"Wahkiakum 

Walla Walla 


12 

590 




88 


Total 


3,231 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 



IDAHO TERRITORY ELECTION 

OFFICIAL VOTE FOR DELEGATE — OCTOBER 3l8T, 1863. 



Counties and Districts. 



Boise County 

Idaho County 

Nez Perce County 

Missoula ( ounty 

Shoshone County , 

District of East Bannack. 
District of Nevada ( ity. . 
District of Bivan"s Gulch 
District of Virginia City 
District of Prickly Pear. . 
District of Fort Laramie. 

Total 



3 

& 












a 


& 
M 


2,825 


2,375 


228 


118 


208 


159 


12 


53 


62 


69 


265 


74 


51 


474 


29 


50 


220 


452 


11 




479 




4,389 


3,523 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 

DISTANCES EROM SAN FRANCISCO. 

By Ocean— Nautical Miles. By Ocean— Nautical Miles. By Ocean— Nautical Miles. 



up the coast. 

Tomales, Cal 45 

Mendocino City, Cal 128 

Humboldt Bay, Cal 223 

Trinidad. Cal 239 

Crescent City, Cal 280 

Port Orford, Oregon 338 

Umpqua Eiver, Oregon. 402 

Columbia Paver, Oregon. 550 

Astoria, Oregon 558 

Portland, Oregon 642 

Vancouver, W. T 632 

Cape Flattery, W. T. .'. . 683 

Port Angelos, W. T 738 

Port Town send, W. T. . . 773 

Seattle, W. T 807 

Steilacoom, W. T 836 

Olympia, W.T 855 

San Juan Island, W. T. . 765 

Bellingham Bay. W. T . . 798 

Victoria, V.I...'. 753 

Inland — Statute Miles. 

Vicinity of S. F. Bay. 

San Quentin 12 

Petaluma 48 

Geyser Springs 105 

Va'lleio 28 

Napa City 50 

White. Sulphur Springs.. 67 

Benicia 30 

Suisun 50 

Martinez 33 

Diablo Coal Mines 44 



New Westminster, B. C. 823 

Down the Coast. 

Half Moon Bay, Cal 46 

Santa Cruz, Cal 80 

Monterey, Cal 92 

San Luis Obispo, Cal .... 200 

Point Conception, Cal.. . 250 

Santa Barbara, Cal 288 

San Pedro, Cal 373 

San Diego, Cal 456 

Lapaz, Mex 1,305 

Mazatlan, Mex 1,480 

Guavmas, Mex 1.710 

San Bias. Mex 1,470 

Manzanilla, Mex 1.570 

Acapulco, Mex 1.840 

Panama, C. A 3,280 

Callao, Peru.. ......'... 3.900 

Valparaiso, Chili..... ... 5.210 

Cape Horn 6,380 

Inland — Statute Miles. 

Northern Towns. 

Sacramento , 117 

Marysville 171 

Downieville 236 

Oroville 197 

Bed Bluff 264 

Weaverville 365 

Treka 401 

Jacksonville, Oregon .... 463 

Salem, Oregon 710 

Portland, Oregon 760 



Via Panama. 

New Orleans 4,680 

New York 5,140 

Southampton 7,S00 

Via Cape Horn. 

Mo Janeiro 8,323 

New York 13,140 

Liverpool 13,100 

Across the Ocean. 

Honolulu. H. 1 2,100 

Jeddo, via H. 1 5,550 

Shanghai, via H. 1 6.450 

Hongkong, via H. 1 6.980 

Sydney, via, H.I 6,720 

Melbourne, via H. I 7,200 

Calcutta, via H. 1 10,400 



Inland — Statute Miles. 

Olympia, W. T 850 

Folsom 138 

Nevada 182 

Overland Eoute. 

Placerville 165 

Carson City. N. T 253 

Humboldt Mines, N. T.. 420 

Great. Salt Lake City .... 784 

South Pass 1,035 

St. Joseph, Mo 1,975 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



69 



Inland — BTATDTl Miles. 

St Louis. Mo 2.279 

New York City 8,417 

SOUTHERN TOWn 

Stockton 117 

Copperopolis 158 

Mokelumne Hill 17S 

Big Treea 198 

Bonora 197 

Mariposa 211 



Inland— Statute Mile*. 

Yosemite Valley 247 

Vi>alia 308 

Coast Road. 

Redwood City 31 

San Jose 51 

San Juan 94 

Monterey 130 

San Luis Obispo 234 

Santa Barbara 344 



Inland — Statute Miles. 

Los Angeles 444 

San Diego 576 

BrjTTERFIELD ROUTE. 

San Bernardino 504 

Fort Yuma 732 

Tucson, Arizona 1,013 

Mesilla. Arizona 1,306 

St. Louis, via Arizona. . . 2,SS1 



SAN FRANCISCO TO SACRAMENTO. 



[2?y Steamer.] 



San Francisco to 

Opp. Alcatraz Island. 
S. end of Angel I si... 
N. end of Angel Isl... 

Bed Bock.... 

Brothers 

Pinola 

Mouth of Straits 

Benicia 

Navy Point 

Point Edith 



Sacramento to 



Miles. 

2 

4 6 

14 

5 



Miles. 

Seal Island 1 35 

Point Gillespie 3 33 

Point Boe 1 39 

Snag Point 2 41 

Ne w York Slough 54. 46| 

Point Hanson 2| 49 

Montezuma Island... 2 51 

Tree Island 4 55 

Twin Houses 3 53 

Sacket Hog Bend 4 62 

San Joaquin Slough.. 1 63 



Miles. 

End of Wood Island. . . 5 63 

Bio Vista 5 78 

Cache Creek 1 74 

Hog's Back 4 78 

Mouth Steamb't Slough 6 84 

Head Steamb't Slough. 6 90 

Head Randall's Island.. 6 96 

GrapeVine Ranch 5 101 

Embarcadero 8 109 

Sutterville 9 118 

Sacramento 3 121 



Russian Crossing 

Fremont 14 

Charleston 10 

Knight's Landing 10 

Eagle Bend 8 

Old Eagle Bend 5 

Three Rivers 5 

Poker Bend 5 

Howell's 5 

Big Ed.lv 5 

Dry Slough 8 

Eddy's 8 



SACRAMENTO TO RED BLUFF. 



[ Via Sacramento River.] 

Miles. 

Miles. 20 Mile Island 10 105 

12 Font's Ferry 7 112 

26 Butte Creek 6 118 

36 Colusa 7 125 

46 i Sherman's 7 132 

64 Snyder's.. 4 136 

59 ! Nine Mile House 5 141 

64 I Bogg's 5 146 

69 Princeton .. 5 151 

74 Butte City 7 158 

79 I Cut Off 7 165 

87 Pike's 5 170 

95 Plaza City 9 179 



Miles. 



Jennings 

Monroeville 

BigCLico 

Bidweirs 

Soule Landing 

Snadon's 

Gazelle Shoot 


.... 9 
.... 3 
.... 8 
.... 6 
.... 7 
.... 8 
.... 6 


188 
191 
199 
205 
212 
220 
??6 




.. 6 


9M 


Mayhew's 


.... 8 
.... 8 


240 
948 


Doll's Ranch 

Red Bluff 


....11 
....11 


259 

270 



SACRAMENTO TO GREAT SALT LAKE CITY» 



Sacramento to 



Folsom 

Duroc 14 

Placerville 14 

Sportsman's Hall 12 

South Fork Bridge .... 7 

Brockliss's Bridge 8 

Silver Creek 10 

Strawberry 6 

Summit 8 

Lake Tahoe 10 

Genoa 18 

Carson City 14 

Virginia City 16 



Miles. 
22 



First Well 13 167 

Second Well 7 174 

Third Well 12 186 

IS Mile Post 8 194 

Ragtown 12 206 

Slough Bridge 16 222 

Sand'Springs 16 238 

West Gate 22 260 

Cold Springs 14 274 

Edward's Creek 12 286 

Mount Airy 15 301 

Jacobsville 13 314 

Austin 6 320 

Simpson's Park 16 336 



Miles. 



Dry Creek 21 

Robert's Creek 29 

Diamond Springs 25 

Ruby Valley 24 

Butte Station 19 

Shell Creek 30 

Antelope Springs 19 

Deep Creek 24 

Willow Springs 42 

Fish Springs 21 

Simpson's "Springs 39 

Rush Valley 23 

Fort Crittenden 17 

Gr't Salt Lake City .41 



710 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND EEGISTEE. 



G-EEAT SALT LAKE CITY TO ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



Great Salt Laee City to 
Miles. 

Hanks 13 

East Canon 11 24 

Dixie's 11 35 

Weber... : 12 47 

Ten Mile Eock 10 57 

Echo Canon 9 66 

Yellow Creek 9 75 

Bear Eiver 9 S4 

Quaekenasp 10 94 

Mud Springs 10 104 

Fort Beidgee 13 117 

Miller's 12 129 

Church Butte 8 137 

Hani's Ford . . .' 12 149 

Green Eiver 25 174 

Big Timber 15 159 

Bi? Sandy 15 204 

Little Sandy...; 14 21 S 

Dry Sandy 16 234 

Pacific Springs 10 244 

Sweetwater 12 256 

Strawberry Valley 12 268 

South Pass City 12 280 

Warm Springs 12 292 

Ice Springs 12 304 

Three Crossings 12 316 

Split Eock 13 329 

Plaunt's 13 342 

Sweetwater Bridge 10 352 

Horse Creek 10 362 

Willow Springs 12 374 



[ Via South Pass.'] 

Miles. 

Eed Butte 15 389 

Flat Bridge 10 399 

Snow Creek 15 414 

Deer Creek 15 429 

Buck's Alder 10 439 

Lapperell 10 449 

Plate's 10 459 

La Bonte 11 470 

Elk Horn 14 484 

Horse Shoe 10 494 

Bitter Cottonwood 14 508 

Ward's Old House.... 14 522 

Fort Lara jiie 11 533 

Burdoe's 9 542 

Chausse Eanch 15 557 

Horse Creek 12 569 

Scott's Bluff 16 585 

Lower Scott's Bluff ... 13 598 

Chimnev Eock 13 611 

Court House Eock. . . .16 627 

Mud Springs 13 640 

Pole Cre-k: No. 1 26 666 

Pole Creek, No. 2 14 680 

Pole Creek. No. 3.... 12 692 

Julesburo (Crossing). 10 702 

New S tation 14 716 

Diamond Springs 13 729 

Sand Hill 11 740 

Alkali Lake 11 751 

O'Fallon's 11 762 

Fremont Springs 11 773 

Cold Water 15 788 







Miles. 


Cottonwood 


. 15 


803 


\ Oilman's Eanch.. 


. 17 


820 


Midway 


. . 15 


835 


J Willow Island . . . 


.. 15 


850 


Plum Creek 


. 15 


865 


Gardner's 


. 15 


880 


Platte Eiver 


. 15 


895 


Kearney 


. 15 


910 


Sand Hills 


. 10 


920 


32-Mile Creek. . . . 


.18 


938 


Lone Tree 


. 12 


950 


Liberty Farm 


. 12 


962 


Butler's 


.. 13 


975 


Kiawa 


. 13 


988 


Mill's 


. 14 


1.002 




. 12 


1.014 


Grarson's Eanch.. 


. 10 


1.024 


Eock Creek 


. 10 


1,0:34 


Otoe 


. 10 


1.044 


Cottonwood 


. 10 


1.054 


Marystiixe 


. 12 


1,066 


Guittard's 


. 14 


1.080 


Smith's 


. 10 


1.009 


Seneca's 


. 14 


1.140 


Los Chain 


. 12 


1.116 


Powhattan 


. 14 


1,130 


Kennekuk 


. 15 


1.145 


Underwood's 


. 15 


1,160 


Thompson House. 


. 14 


U74 


St. Joseph 


. 12 


1,186 


St. Louis 


.304 


1.490 



SACEAMENTO TO YIEGINIA CITY. 



^aceamexto to 

Auburn 40 

Illinoistown 18 58 

Dutch Flat 12 70 



[Via Dutch Flat] 

Miles. 

Wilson's Eanch 14 84 

Summit Valley 16 100 

Donner Cabins 9 109 



Miles. 

O'Xeal's Bridge 21 130 

Steamboat Springs. .. 15 145 
Virginia City 12 157 



SACEAMENTO TO YIEGINIA CITY. 



Saceeamento to 

Miles. 

Newcastle (by E. E.). . 31 

Station 7 38 

Globe Eanch 9 47 

Forest House 6 53 

Neyaoa City 8 61 

Lake City 10 71 



[ Via Harness Pass."] 

Miles. 

Flume House 9 SO 

Bowman's . . 9 89 

Roscoe's 9 98 

Moore's 14 112 

Ineraham's 10 122 

ONeill's 9 131 

Anderson's 10 141 



Miles. 

Steamboat Springs 10 151 

Virginia City 9 160 

Virginia City to the Hum- 
boldt Mines 150 

Virginia City to Aurora . . 116 



TABLES OF DISTANCES. 



71 



STOCKTON TO V1SALIA AND OWEJTS VALLEY. 



Bto< kton to 



Miles. 



Heath ai d Emory's.... 

Dickinson's Kerry 21 

knelling ' 13 

Hobbitob l« 

( i owchilla 26 

Fresno 10 



Miles. I Miles. 

Mimikk.n 16 184 Linn's Valley 9 244 

King's Rivei 28 150 KernBlver. 20 264 

Yi>am\ 28 181 Walker's Pass 25 289 

TuleRivtr 25 212 Little Lake 30 819 

Deer Creek 8 220 Owen's Lake 35 854 

WhlteEiver 15 285 Bam Cmxlob 41 895 



SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN DIEGO. 

[ Via Count Iio<af.] 



>\S I'Y.AM ISCO TO 


Miles. 

21 
..10 31 
.19 50 
.82 82 
.12 114 

.86 180 

.75 205 


San Luis Obispo.. 

Santa Inez. 

B \N I a Bakbara . . 

San Buenaventura. . 

Los Angeles 

San Gabriel B 


Miles. 
...43 24S 
...68 816 
...42 358 
...30 8^-8 
..100 488 
...10 498 

15 518 


San Juan Mission . . 
San Mateo Ranch . . 

Los Flores 

San Luis Rey 

Los kncinitas 

Soledad Kanch 

San Diego 


Mil<-s. 

...7 542 

11 558 


Hi Dwoon Crrr 

S.\.\ .Io.se 

Gilroy 

San Juan 


...11 564 
...10 574 
...18 592 
...15 607 
15 622 


Ban Antonio 


Aliso Ranch 


...22 535 





LOS ANGELES TO LA PAZ, ARIZONA. 



Los Angeles to 



San Gabriel 

El Montr 2 

San .lose |Mu<l Bprings)12 

Uocomungo 12 

San Bernardino 25 

old B. B. Mission 8 

Frink's 7 

Dr. Edgar's 8 

Cbapin's Slurp Ranch. 6 
Antonio (reek 4 



Miles. 
12 



Grant's Creek, 



Miles. I 



99 Tabasacco. 



Miles. 



Indian Run 5 104 Chueohvalla 18 202 

White River 2 106 Slough 35 237 



Agua Caliente. 

Sand Hole 11 

Old Rancheria 6 

Toro's 9 

Martinez 5 

Palnia 8ec< 



La Paz 16 253 

127 ! 

133 La Paz to Fort Mohave ... 140 

142 \ La Paz to El Dorado Canon 190 

147 La Paz to Walker Dig'gs... 146 

.12 159 La Paz to Pimo Villages.. 200 



Dos Palmos 7 166 ] La Paz to Tucson 

Brown's Pass 10 176 



2-sO 



SACRAMENTO TO PORTLAND. 



Sacramento to 

Miles. 

Nicolaus 25 

MabysVILLE 20 45 

Obovilib 26 71 

Chico 26 97 

Tebama 26 123 

RKD Bi.tfk 13 136 

llorsetown 29 165 

Shasta 8 173 

French Gulch 15 188 



Miles. 



Trinity Centre 27 

New York House 14 

Callahan's 13 

FortJovefl 22 

Yreka 18 

Henry 20 

Mountain House 17 

Jacksonville 23 

Grave Creek 41 

Canyonville 26 



Miles. 
26 435 



215 ROSEBURG 

229 I Oakland 17 452 

242 i Hawley's 80 482 

264 Eugene City 25 507 

2S2 Corvallis 39 546 

302 Albany 10 550 

319 J Salem 24 58Q 

342 Oregon City 37 61 7 

383 Portland 13 630 

409 



PORTLAND TO LEWISTON, IDAHO. 



Portland to 



Miles. 
50 



Lower Cascades 

Portage 5 55 

Dalles 38 93 

Celilo 13 106 

Five Mile Rapids 5 111 

John Day 11 122 

Indian Rapids 3 125 

Squally Hook 3 128 

Rock Creek 7 135 

Chapmante Wood Yard. 6 141 



[ Via Columbia liiver. 

M 

Big Bend 6 

Willow Creek 9 

Castle Roek 8 

Long Island (loot of').. 5 
Long Island (head of). 7 
Grand Ronde. Landing. .10 

Umatilla Rapids 8 

Wind-mill Rock 7 

Wallula 15 

Snake River (Mouth of).ll 
1 Rapids 6 



] 

iles. I Miles. 

147 I Fish Bend 10 243 

156 Jim Fort's Island 10 253 

164 ! Pine Tree Rapids 7 260 

169 | Pelouse Crossing 30 290 

176 Fort Taylor 5 295 

186 Penana Creek 25 320 

194 Almota Creek 14 334 

201 AlpowaCreek 26 360 

216 Smith's Ferry 3 363 

227 Lew iston 7 370 



72 



PACIFIC ALMANAC AND REGISTEK. 



Dalles to 

Miles. 

Deschutes 15 

Mud Springs 12 27 

John Day's River 12 39 

Juniper Spring 12 51 

Willow Creek 18 69 

Well's Spring 16 85 

Butter Creek'. 18 103 

Umatilla River 9 112 



Dalles to 

Miles. 

Fifteen Mile Creek.... 12 

Tola's Bridge 10 22 

Salt Spring 8 30 

Bake Oven Hollow.... 14 44 

Thorn Hollow 6 50 

Antelope Valley 12 62 

Potato Hills 10 72 



DALLES TO LEWISTON. 
[By Wagon Road.'] 

Miles. 

Umatilla Crossing 18 130 

Wild Horse Creek 18 148 

Walla Walla 20 168 

Dry Creek... 7 175 

Reed Creek 15 190 

Tucanon 17 207 

Pataha 11 218 

Alpowa 14 232 



DALLES TO IDAHO CITY. 
[ Via John Day Mines.'] 

Miles. 

Pyramid Rocks 4 76 

Cherry Creek 10 86 

Bridge C-eek 7 93 

Foot of Mountain 11 104 

RockCreek 12 116 

John Day 17 133 

South Fork 7 140 

Canyon City 35 175 



Miles. 

Smith's Ranch 8 240 

Craig's Ferry 9 249 

Lewiston 1 250 



Lewiston to Pierce City. 

Lewiston to Elk City 

Lewiston to Florence.. . . 
Lewiston to Idaho City.. 



145 
110 
190 



Miles. 

Dixie Creek 12 187 

Burnt River 35 222 

Malheur River 18 240 

E migrant Road 20 260 

Old Fort Boise 16 276 

Boise City 25 301 

Idaho City 29 330 



WALLA WALLA TO FORT BENTON. 



Walla Walla to 

Miles. 

Dry Creek 9 

Touchet 11 20 

Reed Creek 15 35 

Tukanon 12 47 

Snake River 3 50 

Palouse River 15 65 

1st Crossing 4 69 

2d Crossing 4 73 

3d Crossing 2 75 

4th Crossing 2 77 

Mocalissia 7 84 

Oray tayouse 13 97 

Tcho-tcho-oo-seep 15 112 

Ciel-Ciel-pow- vet-sin . 9 121 

Camas Prairie Creek.. 17 138 

Loochooltz 12 150 

Inchatzkan Spring 8 158 

Poun Lake Bridge 6 164 

St. Joseph's R. Cross'g. 5 169 

Cceur d'Alene R 11 180 



[ Via Mullan's Military Road.~\ 

Miles. 

Coeur dAlene Cross'g. .11 191 

Coenr d'Alene Mission. 8 199 

Three Mile Prairie .... 4 203 

Ten Mile Prairie 5 208 

Johnson's Cut-Off 20 223 

Summit Stevens' Pass. 8 236 

St. Regis Borgia R 5 241 

Prairie '. 9 250 

Prairie 13 263 

Bitter Root R. Cross'g. 10 273 

Prairie 10 283 

Brown's Prairie 13 296 

Nernote Creek 8 304 

W. Foot of Mountain.. 6 310 

Point of Rocks 9 3l!» 

Skahotay Creek 6 328 

Kulkullo Creek 4 332 

Hell Gate Ronde 6 338 

Observatory Creek 13 351 

Big Blackfoot R 12 363 

Hell Gate R., 1st Cr'g. . 5 368 



Miles. 

Hell Gate R., 11th Cr'g. . 25 393 

Creek 7 400 

Flint Creek 11 411 

Gold Creek 13 424 

Rock Creek 7 431 

Deer Lod ge Creek 8 439 

Livingston's Creek 9 448 

Little" Blackfoot R 8 456 

Mullan's Pass 13 469 

Great Prickly Pear. ... 4 473 

Silver Creek 6 479 

Little Prickly Pear 16 495 

Medicine Rock 3 498 

L. P. P. Upper Camp.. 7 505 

L. P. P. Lower Camp. . 8 513 

Dearborn R 12 525 

Bird Tail Rock 17 542 

Sun River 17 559 

Lake. 24 583 

Coulee 23 606 

Foet Benton 12 618 



LEWISTON TO THE KOOTENAI MINES. 



Lewiston to 

Miles. 

Palouse Crossing 40 

Pine Creek 10 50 

Lottow 7 57 

Forks of Trail 2 59 

Willow Prairie 5 64 



Miles. 


Miles. 


Rock Creek 10 74 


Kootenai Crossing 50 207 


Spokane R. Ferry... .15 89 


Northeasterly along the 


Soltesa's # 6 95 


divide between the 


Pen d'Oreille Slough. . . 23 11 8 


Kootenai and a north 


Pen d'Oreille Crossing.. 24 142 


fork of the Colum- 


Big Bend of Lake 15 157 


bia, to Elk Creek.. 123 330